Book synthesize Wyndham Lewis's 1914 publication "Blast" and Marshall McLuhan's 1969 response "Counterblast". It includes essays that took Blast and Counterblast as their starting point. A book about the suspension of time and space, about the future and about the possibility to move freely along all coordinates simultaneously, about the realization that everything is impossible but lies open before each and everyone of us, about miracles, about the inevitable desire to dominate the world, about violence and about death as a lifelong friendship. Text source: Leif Elggren, Introduction into Blast Counterblas. Essays included: Academy Records, The Modern Black Sabbath. Stuart Bailey, Wyndham Lewis and Mark E. Smith. John Russel, Dear Living Person. Lane Relyea, Dear Radical Artist (Unforgettable You). Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby, Art is for Emphaty. Mike Hoolboom, An Interview with Darren O'Donnell. Darren O'Donnell, Social Practice, Children and the Possibility of Friendship. Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby, The Lesser Animals. Jessie Mott, Dialogue Between Animals. Nelson Henricks, The Pig's Tail. Christine Negus, The Loneliest Animals. Maria Fusco, Death Park. Andrej Blatnik, Own Stories. Elijah Burgher, Death Camp. Elijah Burgher, What is the Anal Swastika? John Davies, The Gossip and Ghosts of Colin Campbell. Ryan Trecartin, Excerpt from "The Re'Search". Matthea Harvey & Adam Shecter. Suicide Fox. Mike Hoolboom, Precision Cut. My Barbarian, The Five Principles of PoLAAT, Erin Leland, Employing My Double. Erin Leland, Accidental Sightings. Irena Knezevic, Architectural Uses of Some Qualities of Music. Jorg Becker & Irena Knezevic, withblast. Cameron Crawford, Elegance is Refusal. Jim Trainor. Presentation Theme.