The Art of Not Being Governed Like That

November 28, – January 9,

An exhibition by
Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart

In conjunction with
Re-Designing the East. Political Design in Asia und Europe / In Charge. The Role of Political Designers in Transformation

Idea und conception
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With contributions by
NOH Suntag, Daniel García Andújar, Dan Perjovschi and others
The exhibition The Art of Not Being Governed Like That, refering in its title to Michel Foucualt, is an independent project while simultaneously comprising part of the exhibition Re-Designing the East: Political Design in Asia and Europe.

The section ties in with the current controversy surrounding the urban development and transport project 21 and heightens reflection thereupon against the background of economic, political, social, and cultural processes of transformation that have been developing in recent decades. In includes contributions by: NOH Suntag, Daniel García Andújar, Dan Perjovschi and others

City Focus
The city in particular is a space where the powers of definition and agency densify and become intertwined: Who governs the city based upon which fundaments and in which ways? To whom does the city belong? Who has a right to the city? Who has a say in future developments within a city, and who implements these in which way? Which promises of modernization are tied to these concepts of the future? And which representations are used to convey these concepts? The project The Art of Not Being Governed Like That segmentally sheds light on the backdrop of Stuttgart 21 in the following thematic areas:

GOVERNMENTALITY
New forms of governing along the horizon of neoliberalism, new governance

ECONOMIZATION
Urban upgrading, urban development as investment, new public management

CIVIL SOCIETY
New forms of protest, communities, networks

INFORMATION POLICY
Information design, freedom of information laws, visual conveyance

LOBBYISM
Interests, entanglements, asserting undue advantages, corruption

Opening
Saturday, November 27, 2010, 7 pm

Curator’s and artist’s tours
Sunday, November 28, 2010, 1 pm

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