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Post-Postmodernism: A Map for the Present at Bundeskunsthalle (Tag 2)
11. November | 12:00
Postmodernism is back. Three generations of artists and thinkers rally around its legacy. Why is war on postmodernism being declared from the right? Why is it being blamed for Trump from the left? Why are its forms, its styles, its thinking topical again?
With: Cem A. aka freeze_magazine, Neville Brody, Nigel Coates, Simon Denny, Nikita Dhawan, Diedrich Diederichsen, Oliver Elser, Gertrud Koch, Eva Kraus, Sylvia Lavin, Reinhold Martin, John Maybury, Henrike Naumann, Sophie Parkin, Markus Peichl, Peter Pomerantsev, Kolja Reichert, Derek Ridgers, Martin Saar, Léa-Catherine Szacka, James Wines and many more.
The exhibition “Everything at Once: Postmodernism, 1967–1992” shows the beginnings of the present in fashion, cinema, design, architecture, art, philosophy, dance, pop music, and politics. The symposium Post-Postmodernism: A Map for the Present looks at the challenges of the present through the lens of postmodernism. Creatives around the age of 40 meet their idols from the 1970s and 80s. What does postmodernism teach us about dealing with new media and with populism? Why do the radical experiments from this era inspire a new generation? And which conclusions can be drawn from the insight that the world cannot be reduced to one single concept?
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