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Inhaltsangabe: Over fifty years after the Situationist International appeared, they continue to influence activists, artists and theorists. From the Invisible Committee's bestselling The Coming Insurrection to Iain Sinclair's psychogeographic explorations, their work is still found to be rich with possibilities, yet its breadth and diversity is still unexplored. In the first account since Greil Marcus's Lipstick Traces (1989), McKenzie Wark traces the Situationist International's beginnings in 1950s bohemian Paris up to the explosive days of May 1968. This account puts the legendary figure of Guy Debord back into the context of the other fascinating figures who made up the movement, including Constant, Asger Jorn, Michele Bernstein and Jacqueline De Jong. It treats them as an international movement of conflicting passions rather than as a Paris coterie. Accessible to those who have only just discovered the Situationists and filled with new insights, Wark reconnects their work to new practices in communication, built form, and everyday life.

Rezension: "Wark is a marvellous guide to the micro-society of the Situationists ... He brings to the task a necessary sympathy, an encyclopedic knowledge, and a certain stylistic irrepressibility." - Times Literary Supplement

"Wark is a fine aphorist ... Playful, angry, depressed, celebratory, this is a book for anyone not convinced that there is no alternative to the way we live now" - Observer

"Wark?s readable explanation of the movement?s ideas[ ... ] is the best I have read." - Financial Times

"[A] smart overview of the situationist movement." - New Statesman, Books of the Year

"A sexy book for a sexy movement... This is a beautifully written, exciting and broad study, one that may perhaps become a definitive introduction to the SI for many." - Mute Magazine

"A playful, smart and occasionally epigrammatic study of the Situationists ... this brilliant account ... is not only an essential work for our own times; it also comes with a cover that, with the minimum of manual dexterity, folds out into a collaborative graphic essay." - Times Literary Supplement, Books of the Year

"Fascinating." - Guardian

"The book I read three times back to back was McKenzie Wark?s brilliant study of the Situationists, The Beach Beneath the Street." - Scotsman, Books of the Year

"This is no ordinary history. Instead, ?it?s a question of retrieving a past specific to the demands of the present.? The Beach Beneath the Street rereads that past in a way that prefers not to smooth out its messier edges, refuses to reify (to pick up the jargon) what made it radical, what still makes it relevant." - Bookslut

"Covering the SI?s adventures in philosophy, art, architecture, literature and cinema (and suggesting that we should do away with many of the distinctions between these categories), Wark traces a lineage we have apparently lost.. The author?s primary proposal is that although we live in serious times we should still have fun with time. We should treat history as a user?s manual. This history of the SI shifts with gay abandon between past, present and future tenses, and constantly rattles the boundaries." - Art Review

"In an alienated, all too knowing world absent of God, art and revolution, Wark?s book dares us to keep our spirits up, asking us to think about how to maintain creative resistance, how to keep fidelity with some detournéed idea of the Marxist and Situationist past, and, following their goal of ideas in action, how best to practise our passionate ?solidarity without faith."" - Camden New Journal

"Wark?s history is timely ... with the age of austerity promising more trouble, the Situationists, those alienated prophets of the media age, still tout the most adventurous analysis of 21st-century life?and what happens next." - Herald Scotland

"McKenzie Wark?s engaging narrative could not have come at a better time?last week?s riots demonstrated tragically the profound alienation, even despair, of swathes of urban poor and destitute and minorities? worrying descent into hellish criminality." - Morning Star

"One of the best aspects of his pithy, often self-consciously lapidary, book is his intriguing investigation of some of the byways of Situationist historiography ... . the Situationists? attitude towards intellectual property is hugely relevant in an era when digital reproduction has dragged information towards the ?free? model, and Wark addresses this well in sections on the implications of détournement?the re-use and modification of fragments of already existing texts and images in the creation of new works?for political practice." - 3:AM Magazine

"What sets Wark?s book apart from those many other failed histories is in its resistance to merely telling the easy story. The familiar watchwords of the SI?dérive, detournément, potlatch?appear as one would expect, but Wark presents them as breathing, charged ideas, not some dead terms once again dusted off and rehashed. When we relegate events to pure history we rob moments, situations, of their power to change. We turn specifics into constants, tactics into rules, and ultimately render radical gestures impotent. Wark wants to give these moments a different history: to show that those theories and practices of the Situationist International aren?t done with us yet." - MaximumRocknRoll

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