By K. Sieg
The publication explores eu artists' serious engagement with the photographs and tales that politicians and the media use to recommend globalization.
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The films I analyze invest the relationships between states, institutions, and economic entities with feelings and drives conceived as primordial and natural. They construct nation-states as “persons” involved in a family drama. Neferti Tadiar has dated the emergence of a material and metaphorical “sexual economy” structuring relations within the nascent Asia-Pacific region and between that region and the United States to the end of the cold war when international relations were marked by ideological antagonism.
Yet the Neuköllner Oper, which has enjoyed a long-term relationship with a corporate sponsor, is certainly no capitalist lackey, nor are the numerous theaters that now survive on mixed funding, which includes support by associations of private sponsors, so-called Freundeskreise. These associations that have traditionally had a strong presence in German civil society 26 Choreographing the Global occupy a “private” space that cannot simply be equated with corporate profit aims. Civil society, privately organized, is also the space where protopolitical or parapolitical democratic activity was located whenever exclusionary national discourses barred access to a public political sphere ostensibly (but not actually) open and accessible to all.
And finally, will digital technologies enhance creativity, leisure, and the “good life,” or will they insert an additional class difference between those who can escape the limitations of the flesh in the virtual realm and those who are stuck in the gendered, class, and racial coordinates of embodied identity? The chapter works through these key controversies through a reading of Indians (Siemann 2001), a musical in the Brechtian tradition produced by the Neuköllner Oper, a small, largely privatized musical theater in the West Berlin neighborhood of Neukölln, a district with a high proportion of immigrant and unemployed residents.