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And today, modernism amounts to a form of complicity with colonialism and Eurocentrism. Let us bet on a modernity which, far from absurdly duplicating that of the last century, would be specific to our epoch and would echo its own problematics: The author extends radicant thought to modes of cultural production, consumption and use. This process of obliteration is part of the condition of the wanderer, a central figure of our precarious era, who insistently is emerging radicantt the heart of contemporary artistic creation.


This figure is accompanied by a domain of forms and by an ethical mode: