“In July 1957 this pre-situationist phase of largely unproductive navel-gazing finally came to an end, as the Situationist International was founded at a ‘conference’ in Alba in Italy. What was presented in typically grandiloquent style, as the merger of the Lettrist International and Asger Jorn’s International Movement for an Imaginist Bauhaus, was in reality eight delegates ‘in a state of semi-drunkenness’ meeting in a remote bar and this pub lunch-cum-party conference was bolstered by the attendance of the London Psychogeograhical Association in the form of its single and only known member, Ralph Rumney. It was from these humble origins that the Situationist International was to emerge.”
• Medicina tradicional china [leer]
Daniel Reid. Ediciones Urano. 1999.
• Anarchism: A Very Short Introduction
Colin Ward. Oxford University Press. 2004.
• The Laws of Simplicity
John Maeda. The MIT Press. 2006.
• A User’s Guide to Détournement [read]
Guy Debord & Gil J Wolman. 1956.
• On Found Poetry (A FOUND INTRODUCTION) [read]
John Robert Colombo
From Open Poetry, (Ronald Gross & George Quasha, eds., 1973)
• A Day in the Life of a Musician [read]
• Dead and Gone
Charlaine Harris. 2009.
• Del asesinato considerado como una de las Bellas Artes [read in English]
Thomas de Quincey
• Consciousness and Perception: The Point of Experience and the Meaning of the World We Inhabit [read]
Sérgio Roclaw Basbaum. Revista Eletrônica Informação e Cognição, v.5, n.1, p.181-203, 2006.
• Preguntes a un mestre Zen
“En un mundo unificado, no es posible exiliarse”.
Panegírico by Guy Debord