Atlas of Transformation
Anthologies & Art Theory
Edited by
Zbynek Baladran
Vit Havránek

Hakim Bey
Homi K. Bhabha
Boris Groys
Karl Holmqvist
Frederic Jameson
Ilja Kabakov
Viktor Misiano
Chantal Mouffe
Lia Perjovschi
Slavoj Zizek

October 2010
ISBN: 978-3-03764-147-7
Softcover, 160 x 220 mm
724 pages
Images 54 color / 82 b/w
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Changing the rules

"Atlas of Transformation," with its almost 800 pages, is a sort of global guidebook of transformation processes. With structured entries, its goal is to create a tool for the intellectual grasping of the processes of social and political change in countries that call themselves "countries of transformation" (or are described by this term). The "Atlas of Transformation" contains more than 200 'entries' and key terms of transformation. Several dozen authors from the whole world contributed to this book and also some influential period texts are republished here.

Seventh volume of the "Tranzit" series edited by Vit Havranek and focusing on Central and Eastern European artists.

Awarded in the competition "The most beautiful Swiss books 2010."