The Situationist Times #5

The Situationist times was Jacqueline de Jong’s enaction of her situation, one in which rather than proclaiming, stating, critiquing, and expelling, she was living and thinking, on her own and with others; and publishing those results, internationally. A fascinating compendium of rhizomatic thought, a printed dérive including quotes, political documents, and images, to peruse, to look at and to read the 6 issues of The Situationist Times would nuance and enlighten our perceptions about this convoluted moment in Western societies, and in particular, this international attempt at figuring out how to continue to be artistically and politically involved under a totalizing economic system. Offprint of the issue about the problem of ‘the ring, interlaced rings and consequently, chains’, with contributions by Asger Jorn, Max Bucaille, Pol Bury and others

Text: de Jong Jaqueline. cm 20×30; pp. 220; BW ills.; paperback. Publisher: Technische Hogeschool Eindhoven, Afdeling Bouwkunde, 1972.

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The Situationist times was Jacqueline de Jong’s enaction of her situation, one in which rather than proclaiming, stating, critiquing, and expelling, she was living and thinking, on her own and with others; and publishing those results, internationally. A fascinating compendium of rhizomatic thought, a printed dérive including quotes, political documents, and images, to peruse, to look at and to read the 6 issues of The Situationist Times would nuance and enlighten our perceptions about this convoluted moment in Western societies, and in particular, this international attempt at figuring out how to continue to be artistically and politically involved under a totalizing economic system. Offprint of the issue about the problem of ‘the ring, interlaced rings and consequently, chains’, with contributions by Asger Jorn, Max Bucaille, Pol Bury and others

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