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segunda-feira, fevereiro 09, 2009

O fim do pós-modernismo


Artists are looking for a new modernity that would be based on translation: What matters today is to translate the cultural values of cultural groups and to connect them to the world network. This “reloading process” of modernism according to the twenty-first-century issues could be called altermodernism, a movement connected to the creolisation of cultures and the fight for autonomy, but also the possibility of producing singularities in a more and more standardized world.
Nicolas Bourriaud, in Wikipedia, sobre Altermodernismo
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Altermodern. That's "alter", as in "alternative", and "modern", as in "modernism". And that means what, exactly? Well. "Altermodernism", according to Bourriaud, "can be defined as the moment when it became possible for us to produce something that made sense starting from an assumed heterochrony, that is, from a vision of human history as constituted of multiple temporalities".
In The Independt, sobre a Tate Trienal 2009

bot-link-post The Independente > Arts
bot-link-post Tate Trienal 2009
bot-link-post Wikipedia > Altermodern


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