Vectors of memory . . . Seeds of fire: the western media and the Beijing demonstrations

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 1990 Number 10

Vectors of memory . . . Seeds of fire: the western media and the Beijing demonstrations
McKenzie Wark, pages -

Abstract

Wark looks at contemporary demonstrations in Beijing, at the monumental architecture and energy of Tiananmen square and at past and future demonstrations that aim to subvert such design. The current protests, triggered by a meeting between Deng Xiao Ping and Gorbachev, is related to that following the funeral of Zhou Enlai in 1976.

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McKenzie Wark (1990) Vectors of memory . . . Seeds of fire: the western media and the Beijing demonstrations, New Formations, 1990(10), -

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