Situationship: A term for a new form of interim relation(ship) where the participants do not define what they are doing and are embarrassed when somebody is asking.

Situational knowledge: Feminist situated knowledges open themselves for new, unexpected, unthought-of, and surprising forms of knowledge production, which may unfold from interrelated material-semiotic worlds.

Situatedness: A theoretical position that posits that the mind is ontologically and functionally intertwined within environmental, social, and cultural factors.

Situationality: The concept of „situation“ has theoretical benefits over the concept of “context”- “situation” emphasis the materiality and bodiliness of agentivity. The referential structure connecting actions and situations is thereby not conceived as some kind of abstract intertextuality, but as an incorporeal indexicality.

Situational Aesthetics: The aesthetic status has tended to take its essential form in message rather than in materials. The specific nature of any object formed is largely contingent upon the details of the situation for which it is designed; through attention to time, objects formed are intentionally located partly in real, exterior space and party in psychological, interior space . (Victor Burgin)

Situated Action: Actions are to a great extent linked to the specific situation at hand and are therefore hard to predict by using generic rules. Action, as well as learning, understanding and remembering, is situated.

The Situationist International (SI) was an international organization of (mostly male) social revolutionaries made up of avant-garde artists, intellectuals, and political theorists. It was prominent in Europe from its formation in 1957 to its dissolution in 1972. The intellectual foundations of the Situationist International were derived primarily from libertarian Marxism and the avant-garde art movements of the early 20th century,