The Modern Adventure
Hundreds of cars crawling along a freeway, commuters funneled into giant people-moving machines, a close-packed crowd with nowhere left to go - everyday scenes in a society noteworthy for the tedium it imposes on its members. A new short video from Adbusters offers a dissection of modern life, using a Situationist slogan that first appeared as graffiti scrawl in 1960s Paris. In the 40 years since, things have hardly improved.
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"Down with a world in which the guarantee that we will not die of starvation has been purchased with the guarantee that we will die of boredom." - Raoul Vaneigem, The Revolution Of Everyday Life