I will get rid of my photocopy of this book since our library actually has it, and others do, too. I like Martín-Barbero’s work a lot, even though this book seems old now. The book, very loosely speaking, is about the poverty of progress, as E. Bradford Burns put it in a related context, or … More Al sur de la modernidad
Is it something like this? Something in an apocalyptic landscape? My piece, which is “killing” me, begins and ends with Nelson Osorio and the avant-garde as a “reajuste cultural a nivel global.” The choice is a clear one. We can continue acting as if tomorrow will be just like yesterday, growing less and less prepared … More On death in Vallejo. On Pyncheon.