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This issue looks at the discontinuities, breaks, and unravelings that signal the decolonial, exploring the power and epistemology of colonialism and its legacies in the present.

Macarena Gómez Barris

Jill Lane

Marcial Godoy-Anativia

Cristel M. Jusino Díaz

Frances Pollitt

Laura Bluher

Victor Bautista

Harry Buckoke

Isabel Gil Everaert

Gabriela Moreno

Silvia Solis Galarza

Sergio Andrade

Mauricio Delfín

Mar Gómez Glez

Carlos Felipe Olivares

Fausto Viana

Kerry Whigham

Miguel Winograd

Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, Colleen Kim Daniher, José Millalén, Rodrigo Levil, Walter Mignolo, Gretel Vera-Rosas, Sayak Valencia, Stefano Harney, Fred Moten, Catherine Walsh, Dot Tuer, Jennifer Reynolds Kaye, Julieta Paredes, Marcial Godoy-Anativia, Rebekah Garrison, Brittany Chávez, Gina Athena Ulysse, Alpesh Kantilal Patel, María Galindo, Macarena Gómez Barris, Richard Shiff, Joaquín Barriendos, Julie Mehretu, Tomás Ochoa, Magalí Armillas-Tiseyra, Czarina Aggabao Thelen, Iván A. Ramos, Jack Halberstam, Michelle Martin-Baron, Elizabeth Osborne, Enmanuel Martínez, Felipe Martínez Pinzón, Candice Amich, Joanna Jablonska Bayro, Ángeles Donoso Macaya, Cynthia Francica, María Emilia Franchignoni, Horacio Pérez, Alessandra Santos, Haleh Niazmand

The editors would like to thank the many artists, collections, archives, and publications that granted permission to reproduce their work in this issue, in particular: Julie Mehretu, Marian Goodman Gallery and Tomás Ochoa.

HemiPress New York City 2018 ISSN 1554-3706