Isidore Isou’s Lettriste movement is only really known in the English-speaking world as a footnote to the history of the Situationist International and Guy Debord. However it was (and still is) a movement with huge ambition, with an artistic and theoretical legacy that rivals any avant-garde. 

There has been a paucity of material from the Isouian group translated into English, something that this blog intends to (slowly) address.


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