Mobility is, without a doubt, one of the structuring backbones, especially socially and economically, of contemporaneity. We speak of a mobility that affects people, goods, capital, and information. This article aims to be an introduction to the research conducted by the author around the concept of nomadic mobility in the contemporaneity, relating, in this case, Western critical thinking (focused on Rosi Braidotti and Zygmunt Bauman) and contemporary art. The nomadic mobility, understood as critical subjectivity is a compromised gaze running away from preset and encoded organization, because it is based on the experience of the route as a generator of sense, that is, as a responsible, effective and affective approach to contemporary reality understood as a whole heterogeneous, contradictory and interrelated.
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