Europe's masked ball: East meets West at the wall

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 1990 Number 12

Europe's masked ball: East meets West at the wall
McKenzie Wark, pages -

Abstract

Reflections on the fall of the wall at a moment of crisis for European symbolic systems and cultural identities. The wall acted as a mirror to the social constructions of each other by East and West. Its collapse shows that the boundary on the map was also nothing more than a social construction.

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McKenzie Wark (1990) Europe's masked ball: East meets West at the wall, New Formations, 1990(12), -

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