Thursday, 11 February, 7:00
Should we make or remake? Live or relive? Will we be able to “make it new”, as Ezra Pound asked? The contemporary experience is fraught with tension—now comic, now dramatic—between the original and the RE. Bruno Galindo, who explored the subject in his renowned novel Remake, offers us a journey through second-hand [T1] experience and excitement.
Bruno Galindo is a writer, journalist and spoken word performer. His books include the novel El público, the essay Omega, the collection of interviews Vasos comunicantes and the book of poems Lunas hienas. He received the Rafael Pérez Estrada Prize and was a finalist for the Award of the Unión Fonográfica Independiente. He writes for El País, is a co-founder of El Estado Mental and has presented his albums with recitals in Spain, Europe and America.
Part of Ordinary Disorder.