Kulturel dynamik i oplevelsesbyrummet: - en analyse af Brandts Klædefabrik

Hjørdis Havsteen Brandrup

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Resumé

Brandts Klædefabrik (Brandt's Textile Mill) is a cultural cluster in the city of Odense, Denmark. The cultural experiences available at Brandts Klædefabrik cover a wide field and are relevant for people of all levels of education and all ages, embracing as they do not only fine culture but also triviality and excitement. Brandts Klædefabrik is therefore a culturally inclusive place, although its symbolic power is dominated by a cultural and economic elite trying to maintain an exclusively controlled social and physical order in the urban space. However, Brandts Klædefabrik is part of a city which contains a wide range of cultural groups: a Danish cultural elite, immigrants, homeless people and drug addicts. In this cultural multiplicity Brandts Klædefabrik is a cultural cluster and an urban entertainment district which does not include marginalised groups. Paradoxically, the attempt to maintain an exclusive order to satisfy an audience with buying power runs against the creative profile of the area, in which cultural and social multiplicity are important values. The area around Brandts Klædefabrik is a public space; but if it is going to be a public domain and the scene of cultural exchanges between different groups in the city, it needs to become more culturally inclusive. Brandts Klædefabrik may turn into a public domain if a cultural dynamic and multiplicity are given the chance to unfold there.

OriginalsprogDansk
TidsskriftK & K : kultur og klasse : kritik og kulturanalyse
Vol/bind109
Sider (fra-til)55-70
Antal sider15
ISSN0905-6998
StatusUdgivet - 15. mar. 2010

Fingeraftryk

economic elite
cultural relations
Group
public space
level of education
entertainment
Denmark
addiction
elite
immigrant
district
drug
Values
experience

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Kulturel dynamik i oplevelsesbyrummet : - en analyse af Brandts Klædefabrik. / Brandrup, Hjørdis Havsteen.

I: K & K : kultur og klasse : kritik og kulturanalyse, Bind 109, 15.03.2010, s. 55-70.

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