A concise reference for researchers at the protest activities of the Nineteen Sixties and Seventies, this e-book covers the background of a few of the nationwide protest hobbies, the transnational facets of those events, and the typical narratives and cultures of reminiscence surrounding them.
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Exclusions occurred for different reasons. In Debord’s view, members were often seduced into cooperating too closely with the art business or leading a similarly bourgeois lifestyle, which violated the Situationist ideology. ”10 However, no consistent official party program was strictly adhered to. Inside the organization there were to be no “spectators,” meaning students or disciples, but, rather, members who took up new issues and strived for cultural and social revolution by their actions. I.
Their aim was the mobilization of the masses and the organization of many small subversive groups. Situationism was about freeing actions and a new everyday life that could no longer be negatively characterized by separation between the worlds of work and leisure. I. was that “the next form of society will not be based on industrial production. ”1 However, the effect of art also needed to change: Rather than being limited to mere function of entertainment or instruction, or retiring to the position of l’art pour l’art, it needed to find its role in the transformation of everyday life.
Mension, Jean-Michel. La tribu. Paris: Allia, 1998. Ohrt, Roberto. Phantom Avantgarde. Eine Geschichte der Situationistischen Internationale und der modernen Kunst. Hamburg: Nautilus, 1990. Ohrt, Roberto, ed. Das grosse Spiel. Die Situationisten zwischen Politik und Kunst. Hamburg: Nautilus, 1999. Plant, Sadie. The Most Radical Gesture: The Situationist International in a Postmodern Age. London: Routledge, 1992. Zimmer, Hans Peter. Selbstgespräch. Bilder 1958–84. München: Karl & Faber, 1984. We thank Jessica Chronowski who assisted with the stylistic finish of this essay.
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