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Outside of Eurasia, Kazakhstan's regional dialogues with the EU and Japan have worked to enmesh Astana deeply into the international system.
Whether or not Artforum chooses to enmesh itself in the politics of the situation, a eulogy is in order.
As a space socially determined by a selected set of diverse individuals, the installation could be what Fredric Jameson asks for in Postmodernism, or The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism when he proposes the need for "an aesthetic of cognitive mapping," defined as the mapping of the totality of systems that enmesh the individual, giving the individual a heightened sense of place within the structure of a global society.