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Asphyxiation

New article by NOT BORED! Asphyxiation “Some people die of asphyxiation right away – like Eric Garner. It didn’t take but a minute for that cop to choke him to death. “Other people die of asphyxiation slowly – actually, the whole … Continue reading

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Well said S.I.!

[from Internationale Situationniste no. 9,  August 1964] “This dose of pretentious errors obliges us to make a re-examination of [Alain] Resnais… Despite the references he made to André Breton around the time of the release of Hiroshima [mon amour], Resnais … Continue reading

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Correspondence with a Cybernetician

[from Internationale Situationniste no. 9,  August 1964] Abraham A. MOLES – judging by his letterhead: Doctor of Letters (Phil.), Doctor of Science (Phys.), engineer, assistant professor (University of Strasbourg), Professor of the E.O.S.T.[1] – has addressed, on the 16th of … Continue reading

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A case of situationism

As other comrades have written the crux of our opposition to McKenzie Wark resolves along two lines. First he falsifies and distorts the history of the Situationist International (see this review of his 2011 book: No useless commentaries! or, McKenzie … Continue reading

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Let one thousand Wark’s bloom!

It was bound to happen, historically inevitable even: International Society for the Appreciation of Teacher Wark’s Amazing Techniques (ISATWAT) “3D dolls do not fall from the sky. Rather they are produced dialectically from the depths of a 3D copier and … Continue reading

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The independence of the commodity

The autonomy of the commodity is at the root of the dictatorship of appearance; of the fundamental tautology of the spectacle, where importance is always presupposed and defined by the staging of importance. The prefabricated pseudo-event which dominates and orients … Continue reading

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