Secession from the Broadcast


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Gene Youngblood’s lecture, Secession from the Broadcast, is cartographic by design, a lantern & compass for those determined to extirpate their operations from under the clutches of the mass media hydra. Breathing as though alive, through this manifesto Youngblood’s words serve as call to action, a call for a rebellion of intensely illuminated and unexampled proportions. Fused by Youngblood’s innate desires, this work showcases a praxis and research that spans most of a lifetime. Secession from the Broadcast is a must-read for anyone contemplating new modalities of operation & cognition within the omnipresent media landscapes we inhabit. 


Este discurso de Gene Youngblood opera como si un diseño cartográfico, como linterna y brújula para aquellos que están decididos a extirpar sus operaciones de las garras de la hidra de los medios de comunicación masivos. Respirando como manifiesto viviente, las palabras de Youngblood sirven como llamado a la acción, un llamado a una rebelión de proporciones intensamente iluminadas e inigualables. Fusionada en los deseos innatos de Youngblood y mostrando una praxis e investigación que abarca la mayor parte de una vida, Secession from the Broadcast es una lectura necesaria para cualquiera que esté contemplando nuevas modalidades de funcionamiento y cognición dentro de los omnipresentes ecosistemas mediáticos que habitamos.

Paperback / Japanese Stab Bind
English + Spanish
Edition of 55

Words + Artwork by Gene Youngblood
Translated by Martín Baus
Design + Production + Artworks by Bretta C. Walker
Edited by Jean-Jacques Martinod
Published in Los Cerrillos, New Mexico

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Gene Youngblood


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Publishing date: 

Thursday, November 12, 2020


English, Spanish