Insecurity | Romeo Alaeff
Inspired by global shifts towards “risk society,” especially post-9/11, the project explores the cultivativation of fear and hyper-vigilance.
risk society, vigilance, culture of fear, 9/11, fear, defense mechanisms, defence, Israel, Palestine, Arabs, Jews, Christians, America, Germany, Berlin
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Insecurity

“Insecurity” parallels the United States, Germany and Israel/Palestine, each of which having representative challenges defining the boundaries between security, public space and civil liberties. Inspired by global shifts towards “risk society,” especially post-9/11 and in response to the current trends of crime and global terrorism, “Insecurity” examines the cultivation of  fear and hyper-vigilance.

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