This course frames a broad range of contemporary art practices in the context of our current globalized condition and its effect on spatiality. The ever-increasing circulation of resources, workforces, capital, cultures and subjectivities across real and imaginary borders sets the terrain for widely differing art postures. International art productions show symptoms of a globally integrated world (like the neonomadic condition and the effervescence of art-based tourism), while strategies of resistance and localism keep on sprouting in the gaps of established art credentials.