Mobility is one of Leo Bersani’s hardest-working terms, ubiquitous in his many studies of sexuality, art, and culture. This essay examines the valences of the term with specific reference to Bersani’s application of it in visual analyses, notably in his 1985 book on ancient Assyrian narrative sculptures, The Forms of Violence (with photographs by Ulysse Dutoit).

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