Les radios libres et l’émergence d’une sensibilité post-médiatique

Multitudes 21 (2005)

The independent forms of communicative agency which have emerged over the past years in free radios, mediactivism, telestreet, subvertising, etc. can be seen as the expression and prefiguration of what Félix Guattari called a “post-media civilization”. Their independence is a challenge to the powers that be. To understand its meaning, one needs to go back to the Guattarian notion of “collective assembling” and to reflect upon the difference between the concept of technical automatism that of technical arranging.
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