Rowland Hill

Do you think you’re better off alone? (2020)

About this work

Emerging in the immediate aftermath of the Berlin Wall, Eurodance was established in the ‘golden era’ of Western Europe’s underground scene in the early ’90s. Do you think you’re better off alone? offers a speculative reading of the dance music from this period and its relationship to the European Union, white nationalism and the dance floor as an extra-temporal space of collective fantasy, projection and psychodrama.
The talk is part of an ongoing fan-project, Interesting Times, which uses the cultural artefacts of ’90s Eurodance as material for speculative fiction writing for public forums, including dance-floors, radio sets and gallery installations.

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