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“What Is to Be Done?” Negations in the Political Imaginary of the Interregnum

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Authors Mick Wilson
Published in What about Activism? Steven Henry Madoff (ed.)
ISBN 9783956794728
Publisher Sternberg Press
Place of publication Berlin
Publication year 2019
Published at Valand Academy
Language en
Keywords contemporary art; curating; political imaginary; institutional critique; desegregation
Subject categories Visual Arts, Art History, Cultural Studies, Aesthetics, Rhetoric

Abstract

In response to the question of what are our cultural institutions to do in response to a changing political context of rising ethno-nationalism, right wing populism and a break down of public discourse, the modest proposition of desegregation - along 'class' and 'colour' lines - is proposed for the contemporary art academy. This emerges then as a demand the demand: desegregate so that new collectivities may determine what is to be done.

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