Fundamentalisms of the New Order

Fundamentalisms of the New Order

Edited by Charlotte Brandt, Lars Bang Larsen, Jean-Charles Massera and Cristina Ricupero

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Conceived as a textbook with images rather than an exhibition catalogue, Fundamentalisms of the New Order reflects on the diversity of fundamentalisms, a phenomenon that is not confined to particular cultures or modes of thought; its intention is to explore the concept in its many forms and multiple origins. Why have we, in recent years, seen such a resurgence of fundamentalisms—religious, political, cultural, economic? What are the fundamentalisms at work in our own culture? What happened to the idea of the Welfare State—a "positive fundamentalism"? In an era of rapid change, what positive fundamental values can we identify with or even insist on? These were some of the questions posed by the exhibition and elaborated in the present catalogue. It contains a selection of essays and interviews with the artists in the show, as well as a documentation of the events and panel discussions held at the Charlottenborg Exhibition Hall in Copenhagen.

Co-published with NIFCA, Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art

Contributors Charlotte Brandt, Bülent Diken and Carsten Bagge Lausten, Lars Bang Larsen, Jean-Charles Massera, Toni Negri, Cristina Ricupero, Judith Schwarzbart, Sabine Strasser

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$14.95 T ISBN: 9789518955743 256 pp. | 5.5 in x 11 in 115 color illus., 85 b&w illus.

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Charlotte Brandt

Lars Bang Larsen

Lars Bang Larsen is an art historian and international curator based in Barcelona and Copenhagen. His books include The Model: Palle Nielsen's A Model for a Qualitative Society and, with Søren Andreasen, The Critical Mass of Mediation.

Jean-Charles Massera

Cristina Ricupero