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hazlittmag:


Guy Debord: The Life, Death, and Afterlife of a Brilliant Crank
The “spectacle” was his name for the network of socio-cultural-economic forces with a vested interest in keeping people ensnared in a set of permissible routines: go to work, go home, watch TV, cheer on your favorite political team and, between those obligations, buy something.
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To read while I’m bored at work tonight.

hazlittmag:

Guy Debord: The Life, Death, and Afterlife of a Brilliant Crank

The “spectacle” was his name for the network of socio-cultural-economic forces with a vested interest in keeping people ensnared in a set of permissible routines: go to work, go home, watch TV, cheer on your favorite political team and, between those obligations, buy something.

READ THE REST

To read while I’m bored at work tonight.

crematorie:

Claire Fontaine, La société du spectacle brickbat, 2006.

crematorie:

Claire Fontaine, La société du spectacle brickbat, 2006.

Guy De-board Game

cross-my-tea:

It would mostly be a cityscape where your character does a derive.

Henri Lefebvre on The Situationist International

collectionism:

La societé du spectacle
1973, by Guy Debord
“A black and white film by the Guy Debord based on his 1967 book of the same name.” 
Watch the full movie

collectionism:

La societé du spectacle

1973, by Guy Debord

“A black and white film by the Guy Debord based on his 1967 book of the same name.” 

Watch the full movie