SolidarityUNLIMITED?


Installation and journal


Westwerk, Hamburg (DE) oct. 2007 - Welcome to the Danish Pavillon /pres. of alternative spaces - org. by GUAU

rum46, Aarhus DK maj 2007


a rum46 collaboration AND PRODUCTION - Journal-editing: Lise Skou and Grete Aagaard

 
 
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WESTWERK, Hamburg (DE) 2007

Presentstions of alternative spaces from Denmark

www.dunkdunk.dk/hamborg.pdf


rum46 presents the project SolidarityUNLIMITED?Liberty, Equality, Fraternaty

Read the english version of the concept for Solidarity UNLIMITED? Liberty, Equality, Fraternity


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RELEASE

of SolidarityUNLIMITED? journal, rum46 2007


contributors: Anne Sofie Fogtmann DK, Anders Lundkvist DK, Brett Bloom USA, Jakob Ørsted DK, Marie Markmann, Nis Rømer Poulsen & and Jesper Dyrhauge DK, Marco Vaglieri & Filippo Pretolani Milan IT, Lana Lin & Lan-Thao Lam Vietnam/N.Y, Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen DK, 16Beaver Group N.Y, Section8 LA/KIEL G





EVEN THOUGH

YOU ARE A

SOCIAL PERSON

YOU MAY NOT

NECESSARY BE

SOLIDARY




  

                                              SolidarityUNLIMITED?Liberty, Equality, Fraternaty / rum46


SolidarityUNLIMITED?

a publication based on the exhibition project Solidarity UNLIMITED? Liberty, Equality, Fraternity initiated and organized by rum46 in 2005.


With the new liberal stream from the 1980’s and 1990’s we have experienced an extreme growth of individualistic liberty - at the cost of both equality and fraternity, one could argue. In Denmark this tendency has led to a ‘give-and-take-politics’ and a ‘give-and-take-community’ with no place for solidarity in political thinking or in (and between) human actions.

This is a political tendency, which we see not only limited to Denmark, but in a long list of Western countries. The democratic society is originally based on the principals of liberty, equality and fraternity - however difficult they may be to unite. Without the democratic community, democracy will break down. With a ruling ‘give-and-take-politics’ and a ‘give-and-take-community’, the spontaneous liberty or the spontaneous community disappears. One becomes included or excluded in a community dependent on cultural, ethnic, religious and social background or on what you have to offer as a human.

With ‘Solidarity UNLIMITED?’ - in both this publication as well as the project - we aim to make the notion of community and solidarity topical and discuss the possibilities of an open community, which is based on diversity and acceptance of both (dis)-unity and non-identical equality.


The contributors for this volume were all involved in the project as organizers, lecturers or artists.

RELEASE

of SolidarityUNLIMITED? journal, rum46 2007

Contributors: Anne Sofie Fogtmann DK, Anders Lundkvist DK, Brett Bloom USA, Jakob Ørsted DK, Marie Markmann, Nis Rømer Poulsen & and Jesper Dyrhauge DK, Marco Vaglieri & Filippo Pretolani Milan IT, Lana Lin & Lan-Thao Lam Vietnam/N.Y, Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen DK, 16Beaver Group N.Y, Section8 LA/KIEL G