This is pretty fantastic. A game show spectacle uses Guy Debord as content.
I would be interested to see how would Debord comment on this.
Just a little reminder: "The spectacle is not a collection of images, rather, it is a social relationship between people that is mediated by images." Society of Spectacle: Guy Debord. What kind of social relations are becoming visible through this image? What kind of social relations are made invisible by this image?
Image via Richard Barbrook via a spectacular medium
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