Each issue of the journal is dedicated to the exploration of a site. The notion of site is defined in broad terms. Designating a geopolitical locality as well as a conceptual territory, a fictional entity, a musical expression, or a material formation, a site indexes for us at once an area or a region situated at the intersection of different forms of knowledge, as well as its aesthetic, political, and conceptual stratifications. Far from reducing the site to a topographic point in the space of knowledge, the journal aims to unfold it as the spatialization of a dynamic epistemic figure that cannot be understood through extrinsic determinations alone, but rather through an intrinsic mode of navigation and orientation. The sites that the journal will explore can thus be seen as vehicles for travelling across multiple disciplinary regions and scales of abstractions, as instruments for the transformation of the epistemic conditions in which they operate.