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Talking About Economy I
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Catalogue no. 872 File: Mobile Archive / Kunstverein
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2003
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In the process, Big Hope asked 10 economic players from Dunaujvaros, an economically troubled industrial ’new town’ in Hungary each of whom represented different spheres of economic life, to share their thoughts on economy. Dunaujvaros, originally called ’Stalin town’, was built around a newly developed steel factory as a model of socialist utopian town planning in the 1950s. The following questions were asked: What is economy’s role in society? How would they describe a good economy? How would they describe a bad economy? What is your personal relationship to work? The same questions were then put to workers in the same jobs in Berlin, most of whom have already experienced a fast track economic adaptation during the process of reunification.

Language: Hungarian/ German
Sub: English

 

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Talking About Economy I

In the process, Big Hope asked 10 economic players from Dunaujvaros, an economically troubled industrial ’new town’ in Hungary each of whom represented different spheres of economic life, to share their thoughts on economy. Dunaujvaros, originally called ’Stalin town’, was built around a newly developed steel factory as a model of socialist utopian town planning in the 1950s. The following questions were asked: What is economy’s role in society? How would they describe a good economy? How would they describe a bad economy? What is your personal relationship to work? The same questions were then put to workers in the same jobs in Berlin, most of whom have already experienced a fast track economic adaptation during the process of reunification.

Language: Hungarian/ German
Sub: English

 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis