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    "The Naked City… arrows leading to and from the train station, to St.-Paul, and from the Île St.-Louis, while resolutely ignoring the Bastille. On site you don’t need to know its history or its literary pedigree to sense those occult connections and that it is, as Debord put it, a 'turntable'." —

    68 protest - Google Search

    1936- "Things To Come"- underground city

    Soft city - Pushwagner

    Virgilio Marchi "Città" (city) 1919 Ink and watercolors on paper

    The Situationists: Oudejans, Constant, Guy Debord and Armando in Munich, 1

    Minority Report

    A city map art quilt by Silvia Muzzarelli which I liek the look of. it links to my theme of navigation

    Dr. Dain L. Tasker, Self-portrait, radiograph, circa 1930s

    ve unconscious with his melancholic The City is Wilder Than You Think, 2012. This large, site-specific text work engages dialogue through the Situationist concept of detournement, w

    New Babylon

    Archizoom No-Stop City (1969) The plans for Archizoom ’s 1969 No-Stop City were typed out on a typewriter. The plan emerged from limitations of typesetting: leading, tabs, indentation, and spacing. Appropriately enough, the project conceived as architectureless architecture is represented with a planless plan. Operating more like graph paper, the plan was seductively incomplete.

    Mémoires (Memories) is an artist's book made by the Danish artist Asger Jorn in collaboration with the French artist and theorist Guy Debord. Printed in 1959, it is the second of two collaborative books by the two men whilst they were both members of the Situationist International.

    Partisans of Oblivion: A Situationist Novel | The Nation

    Immortel (film)

    ▶ The Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord (1973) dub fr sub eng - YouTube

    Human skull with deformity

    68 protest graffiti - Google Search

    Society of the Spectacle. Guy Debord | Karl & Freddie's Book Club

    Hugh Ferriss The lure of the city 1925

    notationnotes:Martin Davorin-Jagodić is a relatively obscure Croatian composer. His scores are “a combination of “drawing, diagrams, collage, aleatoricism, transparencies and détournement, sometimes all at once.” via socks-studio