Welcome to a new era for Afterimage. This issue, the first in Volume 47, begins the second year of our collaboration with the University of California Press, our new home after 45 years with our founding publisher, Visual Studies Workshop. In this issue, we invite you to explore the regular columns we are well known for such as Reports (on the first Toronto Biennale and on Cincinnati's light festival BLINK) and Exhibitions Reviews (on two group shows, DesignInquiry: Futurespective at Maine College of Art and Photo Revolution: Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman at Worcester Art Museum). We also publish reviews of recent book releases and in this issue our critics look at a diverse array of new titles: Jay David Bolter's The Digital Plenitude: The Decline of Elite Culture and the Rise of New Media, McKenzie Wark's Capital Is Dead: Is This Something Worse?, and Aswin Punathambekar...

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