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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50912
Next Para-Plattformen Die Raumpolitik des Rechtspopulismus
German
Miessen, Markus mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Geography and Spatial Planning (DGEO) >]
Ritts, Zoë []
Bratton, Benjamin []
Gillick, Liam []
Grassegger, Hannes []
Keshavarz, Mahmoud []
Nagle, Angela []
Power, Nina []
Reed, Patricia []
Renner, Konrad []
Slavs&Tatars []
Staal, Jonas []
Steyerl, Hito []
Tillmans, Wolfgang []
Trüby, Stephan []
Varvia, Christina []
2020
Merve
230
978-3-96273-026-0
Leipzig
Germany
[en] right-wing extremism ; right-wing populism
[en] Para-Platforms investigates the social, spatial, and material reality of right-wing populism. Three case studies—presented in a symposium organized by Markus Miessen at the Gothenburg Design Festival in November 2017—form the core of this collection of essays: journalist Hannes Grassegger on Trump and Brexit; architectural theorist Stephan Trüby on spaces of right-wing extremism in Germany; and Christina Varvia on Forensic Architecture’s investigation of the murder of Halit Yozgat, a young German man of Turkish descent, at the hands of a far-right group in 2006. The presentations are reproduced along with the ensuing conversations with Miessen and the audience members.

An essay by design scholar Mahmoud Keshavarz opening the book discusses the capacity of design to create conditions for certain politics to occur. Among the other theoretical, artistic, and historical contributions in the reader, editor Zoë Ritts interviews artist Wolfgang Tillmans regarding his pro-EU poster series, the ongoing project truth study centre, and guest-edited volume What Is Different? The volume concludes with a comic by artist Liam Gillick animating a block of granite—culled from the Swedish quarry responsible for extracting the red granite intended for the Third Reich’s architectural ambitions—as the messiah of spatial and material politics.
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50912

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