Artilugio is an open
access electronic publication that addresses the diversity of production in
contemporary arts, integrating the scenic, visual, audiovisual and sound
arts, but also performance, artivism and action art, among other liminal
practices. The inter, trans or in-disciplinarity are his fundamental
interests, as well as the approaches of contemporary studies on the arts.
Coordinated by the Center for Production
and Research in Arts (CePIA) of the Faculty of Arts, National University of
Córdoba (Argentina), the journal publishes academic essays, works and
artistic projects, original and unpublished, evaluated through a blind peer
review system ( Indeterminacy Section) and double blind (Reflections
Section), in which artists, researchers, critics and theorists manage to
engage in conversations with academic and artistic communities and the
general public interested in arts and culture in general.
Artilugio is indexed and is part of
various databases, directories and international networks such as Latindex
(Catalog 2.0), REDIB, CORE, ERIH PLUS, LatAm-Studies, BASE, PKP Index,
EuroPub, ROAD, DRJI, I2OR, RevistasAA.net, ICI World of Journals,
Latinoamericana Revistas, MIAR, DARDO, LatinREV, Malena, among others
currently in evaluation process.
All Artilugio content is available in LatAm-Studies Full text.
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