Lecture: Post-colonial critique today – Stefano Harney
7 Mar 2014, Fri 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Is there still a place for post–colonial thought? Globalization, the rise of emerging markets, and networks of social media girthing the earth would appear to leave the post–colonial behind as a phase through which many nations have now passed. The rise of global biennales, robust art markets in Mumbai, Shanghai, and Rio, and genre–bending, expanding fields of art practice would equally appear to make the term post–colonial only a matter of brand enhancement in the world of art. But is this really the case?
By returning to some of the great thinkers of the ‘colonial situation’ and some of the theorists of its post–colonial aftermath, Stefano Harney will investigate the renewed power of a post–colonial critique today, as much as in Singapore, as anywhere, and as much as for art, as for political economy.
A public programme of Paradise Lost.
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