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Annette Weisser Traverses the Unsettled Moral Territories of Contemporary German Identity

by Sola Agustsson
Annette Weisser is interested in the remnants of history on the human psyche. The Berlin-based artist came of age in rural Germany in the 1980s, grappling with the specter of National Socialism and her own political socialization in West Germany. As part of the generation (the “grandchildren of the war”), Weisser and her contemporaries are caught in a moral crisis, horrified by the fascism of the past and unsettled by their nation’s ethos of repentance since the 1960s. Her work is a... [more]
Posted by Sola Agustsson on 4/5/16
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