The image below (via Anonymous Art of Revolution – on Facebook) may remind you of the scenes we watched from Fight Club. Marx would describe them as critique of bourgeois ideology (which structures our values and expectations). The particular critique of bourgeois conceptions of freedom (i.e., “Repeat After Me: I am Free”) echoes Marx’s attempt to call attention to the emptiness of bourgeois notions of freedom (e.g., “free trade,” “free labor”).
What else would you add to this list?
Here’s the full ten-minute mashup of Tyler Durden’s view on “consumer society and materialism” (from the film, “Fight Club”):