An Atlas

The concept of Eurasia evokes myriad different ideas across geological, ideological, cultural and artistic paradigms. Housing three quarters of the world’s population (as well as three quarters of the world’s energy resources), the Eurasian supercontinent is also home to a great plurality of cultures. It is a space where historical, contemporary and futuristic visions coexist, interact and mutate.

The publication ‘EURASIA –An Atlas’ is a reader surveying the cultural and conceptual landscape of the Eurasia. Structured around approximately twenty keywords, it compiles texts from a variety of authors, historical documentation, and texts on the artistic practices of visual artists. Trans-historical in focus, ‘EURESIA – An Atlas’ will offer theoretical and artistic insights into a progressive Eurasianism, engaging with diverse contributors and agents across Eurasia. Several texts have been commissioned to offer reflection on the notion of Eurasia from contributors across the fields of art, history and philosopNicholas Riasoanovskyhy, forming a compendium of material for those interested in understanding the emerging reality of the new Eurasian age. Rooted in – but reaching beyond – the visual arts, ‘Eurasia – An Atlas’ will be unique amongst publishing on this theme.