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19 August 2009
Ramoneda: Ciudades, Europa… vs internacionalización

David G. Torres

Más que recomendable el artículo de hoy de Ramoneda en El País, aquí. Una defensa de la ciudad frente al estado-nación como parte de la idiosincrasia europea. La ciudad como espacio de convivencia, de creación e incluso de identidad. También de diálogo, de apertura y de relación con otras ciudades.

No estaría mal recuperar esas ideas cuando en arte desde aquí hablamos de la internacionalización: ¿de qué demonios hablamos? Como si no hubiesen connotaciones políticas en el uso indiscriminado de esa “internacionalización”, sin pensar donde, como y en relación con quien y que se producen contextos culturales.

http://www.davidgtorres.net

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