AT BLIVE SET SOM EN SOCIALISTISK STAT ”DEN SOCIALISTISKE BY” SOM URBAN HØJMODERNISME OG DRØMMELANDSKAB, 1928-1938

  • KASPER JACEK BA (IDEHISTORIE), STUD. CAND.PUBLIC INSTITUT FOR KOMMUNIKATION OG KULTUR AARHUS UNIVERSITET
  • CASPER ANDERSEN LEKTOR, PH.D INSTITUT FOR KULTUR OG SAMFUND – IDÉHISTORIE AARHUS UNIVERSITET
Nøgleord: socialisme, Soviet Unionen, højmodernisme, Moskva, metro

Resumé

Denne artikel analyserer ideen om ”den socialistiske by”, der lå til grund for byplanlægningen og omstruktureringen af Moskva i 1930'erne. Omdrejningspunktet for analysen er konstruktionen af byens metro, der indgik i statens selvfremstilling, som et fysisk bevis på konstruktionen af socialismens realitet i Sovjetunionen. De massive, sovjetiske moderniseringsbestræbelser i Moskva havde dermed et æstetisk og symbolsk formål: at delegitimere både det omstyrtede, kapitalistiske system i Rusland og de konkurrerende kapitalistiske systemer i Vest – og derved at fremstå som en fysisk manifestation af fremtidsvisionen om ”den socialistiske by”.

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Publiceret
2016-09-13
Citation/Eksport
JACEK, K., & ANDERSEN, C. (2016). AT BLIVE SET SOM EN SOCIALISTISK STAT ”DEN SOCIALISTISKE BY” SOM URBAN HØJMODERNISME OG DRØMMELANDSKAB, 1928-1938. Temp - Tidsskrift for Historie, 6(12), 74-89. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/temp/article/view/24111