The contributors to this issue of Afterimage (Volume 47, no. 3) explore boundaries and breath, masks and movement, ecologies and economies, ruin and replenishment. To begin, Hannah Allen's photo project navigates the uses and limits of accessing images of the United States-Mexico border through digital vs. physical means. James Fleming's essay looks at the entwinement of photography and language in the twentieth century, offering the contention that text entering the picture's frame was an early move toward modernity.

In our reviews sections, Joshua Glick explores the landmark exhibition At First Light: The Dawning of Asian Pacific America at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, which commemorated the fiftieth anniversary of the LA-based Asian Pacific American media arts organization Visual Communications. Ger Zielinski reviews 24/7: A Wake-Up Call for Our Non-Stop World, recently on view at the Somerset House in London. As Zielinski demonstrates, curator Sarah Cook was...

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