By Stewart Home
" a lot of the knowledge is taken from imprecise resources and the publication is key analyzing for someone drawn to the topic. It demystifies the political and creative practices of competitors to the dominant tradition and serves as a easy reference for a box principally undocumented in English. it's also engagingly sincere, unpretentious, wondering and rapid in its impact" Artists Newsletter.
"Reflecting the uncategorisable element of artwork that hurls itself into visionary politics, the booklet will have interaction political scientists, functionality artists and activists" artwork and Text.
2. The Lettriste Movement.
3. The Lettriste overseas (1952-57).
4. the school Of Pataphysics, Nuclear paintings and the overseas circulation for an Imaginist Bauhaus.
5. From the "First international Congress of Liberated Artists" to the root of the Situationist International.
6. The Situationist overseas in its heroic section (1957-62).
7. at the theoretical poverty of the Specto-Situationists and the valid prestige of the second one International.
8. The decline and fall of the Specto-Situationist critique.
9. The origins of Fluxus and the move in its 'heroic' period.
10. the increase of the depoliticized Fluxus aesthetic.
11. Gustav Metzger and Auto-Destructive Art.
12. Dutch Provos, Kommune 1, Motherfuckers, Yippies and White Panthers.
13. Mail Art.
14. past Mail Art.
17. classification War.
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