By Prof Tadashi Uchino (Japan)
Both information and capital move in a blink, paying no attention to national borders. To say so would understandably be taken as a cliché, but it is becoming clear that not only information and capital but also artists, like globalising postcolonial entrepreneurs before them, have started to move, paying no attention to national borders. Is this something positive? Or something we reluctantly accept after the fact? Uchino refers to intercultural performance projects, discussing some vital issues emerging around the notion of interculturalism that has to be revisited and updated in this age of enhanced sense of mobility.