The New Humanism

A unity of any sort is becoming obsolete or at least temporary and it is often just an opportunistic choice. We recognize the fluidity of reality and the world order and we adjust our everyday life to this new environment. It is technically some kind of living on the edge. We learn that even the truth is relative to the environment and is based on specific conditions that allow its appearance. New world order has many poles and corners and it demands new type of ethics. But after realizing all that we can use (and throw away), this new ethics doesn’t seem to be new at all. Old ways of hierarchy, rivalry, class, conflicts and priorities find the way through our new world. Then what is humanism in the end? The edge that we accept and live with.

Sound performance by Romano Krzych (FR/CZ) and