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.

To project

Audio – 1:43:40

A conversation about cities and politics, in play and in earnest (German)

With Christophe Kotanyi, Joshua Kwesi Aikins, Christiane Hütter, Christine Scherzinger, Denis Petri, moderated by Dorett Mumme German original version Nov 25, 2018

Video – 1:42:58

A conversation about cities and politics, in play and in earnest (German)

With Christophe Kotanyi, Joshua Kwesi Aikins, Christiane Hütter, Christine Scherzinger, Denis Petri, moderated by Dorett Mumme German original version Nov 25, 2018

Video – 1:24:39

An evening devoted to art and politics, in play and in earnest

With Cesy Leonard, Dmitry Vilensky, Vincent Meessen, Mirjam Schaub, moderated by Petra Stegmann English original version Talk, Nov 9, 2018

Video – 0:06:45

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 – 9 pictures

The Most Dangerous Game

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