Situationist International Anthology
Situationist International Anthology

Edited by Ken Knabb

In 1957, a few experimental European groups came together to form the Situationist International. The name came from their aim of liberating everyday life through the creation of open-ended, participatory "situations" (as opposed to fixed works of art). Over the next decade the situationists developed a critique of the global "spectacle-commodity system," and their new methods of agitation helped trigger the May 1968 revolt in France. Although the SI was dissolved in 1972, situationist theories and tactics have continued to inspire radical currents in dozens of countries all over the world. This is the most comprehensive collection of situationist writings in English, greatly revised and expanded, with over 100 pages of new material.

Title Situationist International Anthology
Edited by Ken Knabb
Publisher Bureau Of Public Secrets
Title First Published 01 March 2007
Format Paperback
Nb of pages 500 p.
ISBN-10 0939682044
ISBN-13 9780939682041
Publication Date 01 March 2007
Main content page count 500
Weight 16 oz.

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