‘Revolution isn’t showing life to people, but bringing them to life.’
(Guy Debord: For a Revolutionary Judgement of Art, 1961)
‘Trained by millions of hours passed in front of the television these people reacted to each event in human existence, even one of tragedy and mourning, with the only behaviour necessary from the television watching public, with applause.
‘But real life, that which like a death squad knocks on your door when you least expect it, grabs you from the comfort of the sofa in the living room, drags you out by your hair and then shoots you, by the side of the road, immediately claimed the rematch.’
(Antonio Scurati: Il sopravissuto)