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21 November 2012
Book-trailer by Eloy Fernández Porta

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A few days ago Eduardo Pérez Soler wrote in response to a tweet that said the future of reading is not reading (and announced a second positive instalment). A book-trailer is a filmed text where the reading is fused and illustrated with images. We’ll leave you here with the book-trailer for Eloy Fernández Porta’s latest book, Emociónese así. A text of sampled images, with a mixture of references, (some of which Eloy Fernández Porta has considered and implemented in his books). Starting with “The great Lebowski”, Charles Bronson, Lynda Benglis, Carole Schemann and Genesis P-Orridge file past in an endeavour to identify some of the politics of contemporary sentiment. A reading that could quite easily respond to this future of reading, that is to be read.

This month Eloy Fernández Porta will be carrying out a workshop at A*DESK within our study programme

A*DESK, Independent Institute of Criticism and Contemporary Art, is dedicated to learning, publishing and research related to the criticism of contemporary art. Taking the view that critical thought makes individuals free, its mission is to defend actively the importance of criticism: to generate debate about contemporary art, to enable each individual to establish their own opinion and by doing so promote culture.

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21 November 2012

Book-trailer by Eloy Fernández Porta

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