Monthly Archives: July 2013

Contents for I.S. nos. 3 & 4 now available

    Continuing with the contents list project, we now have the following up on the site: internationale situationniste no. 3 internationale situationniste no. 4 More to come. Advertisements

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Contents for I.S. nos. 5 & 6 now available

    Continuing with the contents list project, we now have the following up on the site: internationale situationniste no. 5 internationale situationniste no. 6 With the publication of our translation of Response to Schweicher all of the contents of the 5th … Continue reading

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Response to Schweicher

[from Internationale Situationniste no. 5,  December 1960] The bankruptcy of the art in power becomes more evident day by day, even in the eyes of those who are its most notable connoisseurs. And, in their despair, they confound the bankruptcy … Continue reading

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Contents for I.S. nos. 7 & 8 now available

      Continuing with the contents list project, we now have the following up on the site: internationale situationniste no. 7 internationale situationniste no. 8 More to come.

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Preliminary program of the Situationist movement

This inscription, on a wall on the rue de Seine, dates back to the first months of 1953 (a neighbouring inscription which falls under traditional politics helps to date with the surest objectivity the mark of that which interests us: … Continue reading

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News from the sinister quarter

Three days ago we published a translation of an ‘Announcement’ from the last page of the internationale situationniste no. 9. While nothing more than a tidbit compared to their more substantial works, this piece signals a significant step toward one … Continue reading

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Announcement

[from Internationale Situationniste no. 9,  August 1964] As none of the Situationists have a taste for the gardens of the Palais Royal to the extent of promenading there each day between midday and one, editors, patrons, film producers etc., can … Continue reading

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