Above installation is by David Noonan (1969), which is part of the Altermodern exhibition at Tate Trienial, curated by Nicolas Bouriaud. According to Bouriaud, in response to globalization a new modernity is emerging. More communication is coupled to daily chaos, and hybridization is the keyword. Artists respond to globalized modernity because art is made in a global context, Bouriaud says: "Artists are looking for a new modernity that would be based on translation: What matters today is to translate the cultural values of cultural groups and to connect them to the world network. This 'reloading process' of modernism according to the twenty-first-century issues could be called altermodernism, a movement connected to the creolisation of cultures and the fight for autonomy, but also the possibility of producing singularities in a more and more standardized world."