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“Borrowing its title from radical poet Hakim Bey’s seminal essay, this survey critically embraces the notion of counterculture, looking at it from different angles: the phenomenon of protests and the role of pleasure; the disintegration of civilized society and psycho-deflation; Detroit techno as a liberation technology. Through these essays, which consider the historicized countercultural experience alongside its more recent embodiments in the digital era, the magazine becomes a Temporary Autonomous Zone in its own right—one in which “the only possible truth is change.””
“Borrowing its title from radical poet Hakim Bey’s seminal essay, this survey critically embraces the notion of counterculture, looking at it from different angles: the phenomenon of protests and the role of pleasure; the disintegration of civilized society and psycho-deflation; Detroit techno as a liberation technology. Through these essays, which consider the historicized countercultural experience alongside its more recent embodiments in the digital era, the magazine becomes a Temporary Autonomous Zone in its own right—one in which “the only possible truth is change.””
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