From Internationalism to Alter-Globality
Internationalism After the End of Globalisation

The second part of the "Never Again: Art against War and Fascism in the 20th and 21st Centuries" conference was the summit "Internationalism after the end of globalisation".

Following the famous 11th thesis on Feuerbach, the aim of the summit was not only to reflect upon the failures of globalisation, but to revisit internationalism as an unfinished project.

From Internationalism to Alter-Globality

Angela Dimitrakaki, "From Internationalism to Antinationalism: A Contested yet Necessary Step for Contemporary Antifascism"

Angela Dimitrakaki

works at the University of Edinburgh. Her research engages Marxism and feminism to think about the complexities of global capitalism, mostly in relation to art and culture. She recently co-edited the special issue of Third Text on anti-fascism/art/theory (Autumn 2019).

Charles Esche, "For Western Europe, decolonising must also mean demodernising"

Charles Esche

director of Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; professor of contemporary art and curating at Central Saint Martins, London and co-director of Afterall Journal and Books. He teaches on the Exhibition Studies MRes course at CSM, and at Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht. Outwith the museum, he (co) curated Le Musée Égaré, Kunsthall Oslo 2017 and Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse 2016; Jakarta Biennale 2015; 31st Sao Paulo Bienal, 2014, U3 Triennale, Ljubljana, 2011; RIWAQ Biennale, Palestine, 2007 and 2009; Istanbul Biennale, 2005; Gwangju Biennale, 2002 amongst other international exhibitions. He is chair of CASCO, Utrecht. He received the 2012 Princess Margriet Award and the 2014 CCS Bard College Prize for Curatorial Excellence.

Zeyno Pekünlü, "The Eclipse of Strategies"

Zeyno Pekünlü

artist based in Istanbul and currently running the Work and Research Program of the Istanbul Biennial (ÇAP) for young artists and researchers.She is part of the editorial collectives of the culture and politics journals eXpress. Bir+Bir and Red Thread. She is also part of several local and international political networks such as Müştereklerimiz (Our Commons), Dünyada Mekan (A Place on Earth), Solidarity Academies Network Turkey, IRI (Institute of Radical Imagination).

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