The Most Dangerous Game

2018, Sep 27 — Dec 10

The Situationist International en route for May ’68
Exhibition

Between 1957 and 1972, the Situationist International (S.I.) first projected a “revolutionary front in culture” and then shifted its propaganda to the political field. Employing ludic methods, the movement offered a fundamental critique of the spectacle of a consumerist society. In an age in which the principles of the market economy are increasingly permeating all areas of life, The Most Dangerous Game instigates a new envisioning of the years in which the S.I. articulated its critique.

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The Most Dangerous Game | Feature (German, English)

Wolfgang Scheppe, Roberto Ohrt, Eleonora Sovrani and Bernd Scherer on the exhibition “The Most Dangerous Game. The Situationist International en route for May ’68”

Gallery – 10 pictures

The Most Dangerous Game

The Situationist International en route for May ’68 Exhibition opening, Sep 26, 2018