[spectre] New podcast: Art sociologist Pascal Gielen talks about
post-Fordism, neo-liberalism, autonomy,
and mobility and about the paradoxes of community art.
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Fri Dec 11 15:29:00 CET 2015
New podcast: Art sociologist* Pascal Gielen* talks about post-Fordism,
neo-liberalism, autonomy, and mobility and about the paradoxes of community
Pascal Gielen is the director of the Arts in Society research group at the
University of Gronigen, where he also teaches sociology and cultural
politics. His publications include 'The Murmuring of the Aesthetic
Multitude. Global Art, memory and post-Fordism' (2009) and 'Creativity and
Other Fundamentalisms' (2013). His numerous books and essays analyse the
history of cultural policies and their consequences, exploring a series of
arguments in which collective organisation is an antidote to the myth of
infinite personal freedom, without social ties. Autonomy is always
expressed within a web of mutual dependence. In this sense, Gielen develops
notions such as shared freedom, the artistic multitude, and aesthetic
justice, highlighting the weak status and constant anxiety of the most
solitary sector of today’s creative workers.
*02:05* Autonomy and mobility: the automobile artists.
*12:50* Feeding the commons. Dissent and circus as heterogeneous networking.
*19:04* The trap of community art.
*29:28* Aesthetic justice.
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