Hans Widmer

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Hans Widmer (born 1947), know also by his pseudonym P.M. (taken from the most common initials in the Swiss telephone directory, mostly spelled in lowercase, p.m.) is a Swiss author.[1] He is best known for his 1983 anarchist / anti-capitalist social utopian book bolo'bolo, published with the paranoia city verlag of Zürich.

An urban "bolo"
Abstract glyph for the word and concept bolo

bolo'bolo[edit]

The title of this book refers to the bolo, or an autonomous community corresponding to the anthropological unit of a tribe (a few hundred individuals). This would be the basic social unit in an envisioned utopian-ecological future; its name is an example of a word from the constructed language (or rather, a basic vocabulary of about thirty words) called asa'pili.

Works[edit]

This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the German Wikipedia.

Books[edit]

Theater performances[edit]

  • Die Geburt einer Maschine, uraufgeführt: Rote Fabrik, Zürich 1984
  • LEGO, Zürich 1994

Radio drama[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Hakim Bey, Immediatism (1994), ISBN 1-873176-42-2, p. 14.
  • Martin d'Idler. »bolo'bolo« (1983) von P. M. (in German), UTOPIE kreativ, H. 205 (November 2007), 1066-1071, rosalux.de

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