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Nocilla Lab As you can tell by the star rating, I really didn t get on with this I have honestly no idea what I or anybody else is meant to get from the experience of reading this novel The narrator, who is on some level the author, is unlikable He is made incandescently furious by an overweight woman who complains about his girlfriend s smoking for some bizarre aesthetic reason, and constantly talks about his girlfriend s physical appearance.The first and largest part of the book is written stream of co As you can tell by the star rating, I really didn t get on with this I have honestly no idea what I or anybody else is meant to get from the experience of reading this novel The narrator, who is on some level the author, is unlikable He is made incandescently furious by an overweight woman who complains about his girlfriend s smoking for some bizarre aesthetic reason, and constantly talks about his girlfriend s physical appearance.The first and largest part of the book is written stream of consciousness, with no paragraphs or full stops, despite the writing clearly including phrases that call out for both of them This makes reading it unnecessarily tiring Nothing much happens in it detail is revealed aching slowly, and I don t understand why using non standard punctuation is meant improve my experience of the book It is vaguely hinted that this is to increase the reader s understanding of the importance of gaps and silence when consuming literature, but if there isthan this, it is oblique to me.The second part of the book is written grammatically Be warned what follows is technically spoilers, but this book doesn t have a plot to speak of In book s second part, the author meets an older version of himself himself from the future Who knows in a former prison turned tax dodging eco resort, and gradually goes completely insane, with the imagery of the book becoming increasingly dreamlike.There are various low quality photographs, and the book ends with a short section of graphic novel.I have recently been making a conscious effort to broaden my reading, including various books which areliterary or even experimental This was entirely a bridge too far I am aware that lot of art requires effort to appreciate, but the effort that this would have required from feels frankly arrogant on the part of the author There was nothing to intrigue me or grip me in the book, and anything that seemed like it might be interesting didn t go anywhere, and neither were there characters that I was sympathetic towards.For me, worth reading if you are convinced that all conventional literature is boring and samey So, for me, not worth reading An Italian restaurant which in Italy set off a new wave of trendy experimental cooking, finally opens a branch in London.I decide to visit.The antipasto course is a Nutella sandwich.For the second I am served a Ferrero Rocher.The main course the culmination of the meal may be brilliant, and a review on Squaremeal says it is albeit by a critic well known to be biased in favour of restaurants interpreting food from non English speaking chefs however based on the first two courses my appet An Italian restaurant which in Italy set off a new wave of trendy experimental cooking, finally opens a branch in London.I decide to visit.The antipasto course is a Nutella sandwich.For the second I am served a Ferrero Rocher.The main course the culmination of the meal may be brilliant, and a review on Squaremeal says it is albeit by a critic well known to be biased in favour of restaurants interpreting food from non English speaking chefs however based on the first two courses my appetite and appreciation for the chef has already been ruined and I cannot finish the meal or share my thoughts on Squaremeal.My Nutella themed review of Nocilla Dreamhttps www.goodreads.com review showMy Ferrero Rocher themed review of Nocilla Experiencehttps www.goodreads.com review showA review of Nocilla Labhttps www.goodreads.com review show NB Nocilla is a Spanish version of Nutella A Poorly Constructed Novel with Photos, Drawings, a Graphic Novel, and a Video And Some Really Amazing Sexism Caveat emptor this is not a positive review Perhaps it s true, as the Paris Review says, that the Nocilla trilogy has catapulted Mallo to the forefront of his generation Twitter line for the essay by Thomas Bunstead, Feb 4, 2019 , but in that case nearly any injection of the novel with a large dose of Robert Smithson Situationism Dadaism poetry science appropri A Poorly Constructed Novel with Photos, Drawings, a Graphic Novel, and a Video And Some Really Amazing Sexism Caveat emptor this is not a positive review Perhaps it s true, as the Paris Review says, that the Nocilla trilogy has catapulted Mallo to the forefront of his generation Twitter line for the essay by Thomas Bunstead, Feb 4, 2019 , but in that case nearly any injection of the novel with a large dose of Robert Smithson Situationism Dadaism poetry science appropriation collage and quotes and cut and paste technology often anachronistic images almost always pixelated , and comic books would have done the same.First A some remarks on the book s use of photographs, drawings, a graphic novel, and an associated video I read this book in connection with the writingwithimages.com project, because it has so many visual elements After that, somenegative things B the book s construction, and C its really surprising sexism This review is of the new English translation, put out by Fitzcarraldo Editions I also want to be clear that Fitzcarraldo Editions are a spectacular press, and the translation here strikes me as pitch perfect A The visual elementsThis third and final volume of the Nocilla trilogy has three parts I Automatic Search Engine, II Automatic Engine, and III Engine Parts I think it may be truer to the reading experience to divide it in six 1 Automatic Search Engine, which is an 80 page run on sentence Not a single sentence, as I wrote about Mathias Enard s Crossing the Zone Not incidentally, both are translated in Fitzcarraldo Editions, and Enard has contributed to the tidal swells of praise of the Nocilla trilogy 2 Automatic Engine, which is 44 numbered sections, interrupted by3 Eight pages of photographs, with words that have supposedly been typed on them.4 The first part of Engine Parts, which is set in monospace type, as if it has been typed.5 The second part of Engine Parts, which is a self contained graphic novel.6 There is also a video project, named in the book in Notes and Credits, two pages after the end of the novel It is on the author s website fernandezmallo.megustaleer.com and on Vimeo at vimeo.com 6897147.I put it this way because these visual interruptions areimportant, in the reading experience, than the three titled parts Images are crucial in the book and yet they are extremely carelessly done To justify that I need to make three myopic criticisms.A single image, of a page of the narrator s notebook, appears by itself on p 84 There are several other references to the notebook, but no other illustrations, even though there are other passages that could make good use of reproductions, such as the measurements of the prison on pp 105 108 The picture in question is the plan of a campsite Inexplicably, names of the parts of the campsite are printed not drawn on the sketch apparently readers aren t meant to ask themselves how that happened.The Eight pages of photographs are introduced in the narrative just preceding them pp 127 29 they are pictures the narrator took and then printed out and put into his typewriter But they re clearly pictures that have been scanned and lettered in an image processing app the text is white on black, and too neat to be a typewriter Again readers are not expected to be looking that closely.The short graphic novel at the end of the book has tiny print too small to read comfortably indicating it was drawn much larger, and that the reduction wasn t anticipated.These are small points, but they go to a systemic issue Fernandez Mallo expects readers to think mainly about his text, and to look only carelessly and quickly at his images That is why it can make sense to divide the book in three parts, despite the surprising and anomalous presence of photographs and a graphic novel B The narrativeThere s a good summary of the major parts of this book on Goodreads, written by Paul Fulcher However I can t agree that the combination of elements adds up to a wonderful mix After Automatic Search Engine, the 80 page run on sentence, the book is exceptionally carelessly assembled Automatic Search Engine owes something to Bernhard, Beckett, Enard, and others it s seamless and tightly recursive The following narrative of numbered sections, Automatic Engine, follows suit in afragmented manner All this is ruminative, self reflective, and largely plotless, in the manner of any number of postmodern writers, including Krasznahorkai and Vila Matas who appears in the graphic novel.But the book suddenly veers aside on p 118, when it is revealed that the owner of a hotel has the same name as the author From that moment onward, it reads like genre fiction Sometimes it s like detective fiction the narrator searches the hotel , or crime fiction the narrator knifes his namesake , or Poe the hotel become mysterious and sinister , or even King roots from the other side of the Earth push up through the garden I don t mind collages of manners and influences, but these are not managed allusions The pages feel improvised, and they come across as a failure of imagination It takes concentration and a steady purpose to write 80 pages of continuous monologue It s relatively easy to make up new mysteries and inexplicable events every couple pages I don t think this is postmodern collage at all I think it s a lapse in energy and resources The short graphic novel isn t the fascinating turn into the visual world that it might have been it s simply pasted on The book is badly constructed, and it doesn t represent our contemporary digital age, which is infinitelyaware of the visual and of different media C The sexismI have difficulty understanding why the reviews I ve seen don t mention the book s endemic sexism The narrator has a female companion through most of the book At one point he says she s brilliant, and she says great things, but she s only quoted three or four times, and most of those sentences include the word fuck The narrator spends his days writing he s working on the novel we re reading , but we have almost no idea what she does all day except swim and smoke When the narrator spends time with people, we re told she doesn t speak We re told over and over all the way to the very end of the novel that she bought a bikini with daisies on the breasts We re told over and over that she bought new knickers every day Piles of her knickers turn up in unexpected places There must be fifty orreferences to them.This is head shaking, endemic, rooted, unconscious, unironic sexism If it were at all self aware, in any capacity, I might want to defend it What makes it disastrous is the continuous distraction of the fact that the implied author thinks all s well I guess many of us have had an experience a bit like the following You wake up one night in the middle of a dream The dream was a jumble of things that all seemed out of order but it made sense in a dream like way Then you manage to go back to sleep and the dream continues This time, it seems a bitlogical but it takes a turn towards something weird, almost Kafka esque, and disturbing It reaches a violent climax that jerks you awake Then you lie there dozing, half asleep, half awake w I guess many of us have had an experience a bit like the following You wake up one night in the middle of a dream The dream was a jumble of things that all seemed out of order but it made sense in a dream like way Then you manage to go back to sleep and the dream continues This time, it seems a bitlogical but it takes a turn towards something weird, almost Kafka esque, and disturbing It reaches a violent climax that jerks you awake Then you lie there dozing, half asleep, half awake with dream like fragments of thought flashing through your mind.This, in essence, is what it feels like to read Nocilla Lab And then there s a short graphic novel at the end to finish it off.Nocilla Lab is the third part of the Nocilla trilogy All the books can be read on their own, but that is especially true of this final part which does not require you to read either of the first two parts one of the main characters is the author and he explains how and when he wrote the first two parts.The first part of the book Automatic Search Engine focusses on a couple, a man and a woman It is an 80 page sentence in which several different episodes in their life are jumbled and trigger further thoughts in the narrator s mind It is a bit like trying to get through a maze The narrative wanders down one path, but then suddenly turns off to another Sometimes, it sets off into something that seems completely unrelated, hits a dead end and goes back to where it was Often, it gets back to a point that the reader recognises and sets off again Our protagonists seem to wander the globe preparing for their mysterious Great Project which is contained in a guitar case they carry with them.It is confusing, but not as confusing as you might think I found the whole thing both mesmerising and addictive It returns to known points at just the right frequency for the reader to be able to keep some kind of orientation You feel as if you know what is happening despite the jumble and the additional side alleys etc..In the second part Automatic Engine , the same couple settle down in a strange weird even hotel It would spoil things to talk about what happens, but it begins to feel very much like a horror story.At this point, the page numbers stop but the book has not finished Part three is Engine Fragments The font changes, the page numbers disappear, and short paragraphs skitter around, some progressing the main theme s others seeming almost random.Then, to close things, there is a short graphic novel featuring Enrique Vila Matas on an oil rig.Seriously, what s not to like My personal experience of the whole trilogy has been that I loved the first part Nocilla Dream for it s dream like quality and the way it circled round a tree in the Nevada desert Part Two Nocilla Experience was, in some ways,of the same, but somehow didn t have quite the magic of the first part for me This final part, possibly my favourite, is completely different and I read it with a smile on my face The language and I assume a lot of credit goes to the translator here is very poetic and even the 80 page sentence is enjoyable at a sentence level I really enjoyed the stories told, as well as the way they are told I am not sure how or even if it all hangs together, but I am also not at all sure that hanging together is the point The author is part scientist, part poet and that is evident through the books As with a lot of poetry, the purpose isn t necessarily for everything to make logical sense butto create an impression and plant things in the reader s mind Anyone who has read many of my reviews will know that this is my favourite kind of book.This is a trilogy I would gladly read again and probably will at some point soon I can appreciate that it is not everyone s idea of fun, but I loved it CN fatphobia.I normally lap up experimental texts and I find texts made up of a single sentence hard to resist, but what I read of this felt hollow, and mostly I just skimmed it after page 50 Most of all, I have to say, I was massively turned off by the author s violent fatphobia Page 46 a fairly overweight woman who was sitting at a table with her husband 12 metres away from us, a woman who would happily ingest all manner of fats and thereby put an end to her youth, a woman who was chol CN fatphobia.I normally lap up experimental texts and I find texts made up of a single sentence hard to resist, but what I read of this felt hollow, and mostly I just skimmed it after page 50 Most of all, I have to say, I was massively turned off by the author s violent fatphobia Page 46 a fairly overweight woman who was sitting at a table with her husband 12 metres away from us, a woman who would happily ingest all manner of fats and thereby put an end to her youth, a woman who was cholesterol through and through, began compulsively wafting her hands and saying, for all to hear, You re smoking me out You re smoking me out , and it was a no smoking place but all the same, this woman failed to see that she had destroyed her life to the extent that she no longer has any tolerance for other human beings, she was pure exaggeration, she had become the thing that resembles everything except itself, humankind reduced to a personality less object, the very opposite of silence or of Coca Cola, or that book entitled The Music of Chance that we had read in Las Vegas while my girlfriend lay smoking in silence and made of her body the perfect combination of 70% water and 30% smoke, because the fat pedant woman was ignorant of the fact that smoke and water combine to delicate effect, when added together they form a perfectly homogenous mixture, ignorant of the fact that 50% water and 50% fat of which her body was made would never mix and at the bottom of p 47 extinguishing her cigarette out of respect for this woman s mental illness Now, it does sound like this woman was genuinely rude, but it doesn t make Mallo less of a dickhead for saying these things, nor does the fact that the passage includes a tongue in cheek bit about the benefits of smoking Especially as everything in the text points to the fact that at least the novel s first section is autobiographical, and a fairly accurate reflection of the author s thoughts and experiences, strongly suggesting that Mallo means everything he says about the woman, and, by extension, about all fat people humankind reduced to a personality less object In other words, if this had been a fictional character s thoughts, fine perhaps, but these do seem to be Mallo s own thoughts And if they aren t, then it should have been clearer.And since life is finite and there are tons of great books to read out there, I decided to curtail the time I was spending on this one and move on to something else maybe a different Fitzcarraldo book, like Flights or This Little Art or Essayism or Tell Them of Battles, all wonderful At first I was going to just remove the book from my Goodreads shelf without making much of a fuss, but then it occurred to me that some may want to be warned about the above passage And so here we are I don t particularly wish to engage in a debate about the merits of my decision in the comments section 4.5 I gulped this down in two days, enjoying it immensely Not in the mood to write a long review, so, in a nutshell it feels as if here Mallo has mastered what he set out to do Nocilla Dream, which still had a rather clear demarcation between fiction and non fiction e.g lots of cited sources to bring attention to the non fictionality , while Nocilla Lab reads smoothly as a well written, experimental novel, where the author s expertise in physics serves the narrative beautifully Unlike the 4.5 I gulped this down in two days, enjoying it immensely Not in the mood to write a long review, so, in a nutshell it feels as if here Mallo has mastered what he set out to do Nocilla Dream, which still had a rather clear demarcation between fiction and non fiction e.g lots of cited sources to bring attention to the non fictionality , while Nocilla Lab reads smoothly as a well written, experimental novel, where the author s expertise in physics serves the narrative beautifully Unlike the first two novels, this begins with an 80 page sentence without paragraph breaks, followed by muchsuccinct chapters continuing the same story but now, increasingly, bordering on horror The ending, a graphic novel short story builds on themes present earlier Lots to mull over in this fine conclusion to the trilogy, the best of the three I would say I might write a longer piece after somereflection Con este acabo de terminar la lectura de la trilog a del Proyecto Nocilla, y tengo la misma sensaci n que en su momento me produjo ver Koyaanisqatsi. The Nocilla trilogy is strange It feels familiar in the way the internet does The first two books are told in a similar style they present about a page of text in third person about a person struggling with their relationship to something or someone typically something, manifested through their relationship with someone I can t claim to understand them in any overarching or systematic way They seem like they present a vision of our relationship to allegory and metaphor while playing in a sp The Nocilla trilogy is strange It feels familiar in the way the internet does The first two books are told in a similar style they present about a page of text in third person about a person struggling with their relationship to something or someone typically something, manifested through their relationship with someone I can t claim to understand them in any overarching or systematic way They seem like they present a vision of our relationship to allegory and metaphor while playing in a space that feels similar to 2666, in the sense that if we can t have a coherent narrative or present a singular story we all rally behind we can still have something It builds on that, even though the author admits to never having read it, though there is a character who airs out his theorems on clotheslines much like a character in Bola o s novel airs out a geometry book on a clothesline We spend time in both books thinking about what this means to the character and to us as readers, and I m not really sure we get super far in a way I can set down definitively, though the experience is interesting, if not enlightening.The last book, Nocilla Lab, is where things change The form changes suddenly the first part is a single 64 page sentence I liked this part a lot, though it was challenging to read because the style of the previous books remained nearly but not quite verse, but set in prose I won t spoil the rest of the book, but it plays with form and representation and metaphor in a way few pieces of media do.There are parts I don t like I don t like how most of the characters are men, how there s a kind of universality to the phallocentrism of all the narratives, even the ones about women I don t like how in one case, a character offers a terrible description of a fat women after she chides him for smoking in a non smoking area The author loves cigarettesthan almost anything This comes through clearly in every book This character offers a page of beautiful description and metaphor and inference about how terrible this woman is, how she embodies all that is bad in humanity, c, but does not turn his critical lens on himself and both what he was doing to prompt the rebuke and what his own behavior means in the context of what he s discussing Perhaps that s kind of the point It s a good writer that can make me continue to read a book after I loathe a character.These books are absolutely worth your time Nocilla Lab, originally published in 2009, is the third in a trilogy of novels from Agust n Fern ndez Mallo, brought into English by translator Thomas Bunstead, following Nocilla Dream 2006 and Nocilla Experience 2008.The book is from the wonderful Fitzcarraldo Editions This is their 22nd work of fiction, of which I ve read 16, although two of the missing ones are the first two parts of this trilogy.Copyright permitted, ainformative translation of the title into English might be Nut Nocilla Lab, originally published in 2009, is the third in a trilogy of novels from Agust n Fern ndez Mallo, brought into English by translator Thomas Bunstead, following Nocilla Dream 2006 and Nocilla Experience 2008.The book is from the wonderful Fitzcarraldo Editions This is their 22nd work of fiction, of which I ve read 16, although two of the missing ones are the first two parts of this trilogy.Copyright permitted, ainformative translation of the title into English might be Nutella Lab, as Nocilla is a rival brand of chocolate and hazelnut spread sold in Italy and Spain, and that gives an idea of the playful pop culture that co exists with serious literature as an inspiration for the author s highly innovative work As he explained to 3AM Magazine I create a whole network of metaphors which deal with the world of consumption and industry, the world of science, high and low culture etc., and I believe that this way of mixing materials in my particular case has beeninspired by conceptual art than by literature proper.However, of course there are authors who have influenced me, but you ll be surprised because they are very classical authors For example, I m very interested in mystic literature St John of the Cross , low intensity North American postmodernism Don DeLillo , central European literature Thomas Bernhard , Latin American Borges, Cort zar , Spanish Juan Benet Yes Thomas Bernhard again surely the most important writer of the 2nd half of the 20th Century adding later WG Sebald one of my reference points and has been for the last ten years and, elsewhere, Italo Calvino and Giorgio Manganelli, amongst others This novel begins with a 71 page it starts on page 11 , single sentence stream of thoughts from a first person narrator, also called Agust n Fern ndez Mallo and also author of two previous books called Nocilla Lab and Nocilla Experience For example from the first pagesthe only men I ve ever been interested in are those who have struck me as both entirely different from and better than me, those I consider cases , clinical cases , as the writer Emil Cioran had it when discussing a class of pathologically brilliant person, and it s in this regard, the clinical case regard, that I have always hoped to find in someone those same things that set the Replicant apart, the perfect being, existing on the edge of humanness, not beyond that edge but certainly not this side of it either, exactly on the biological frontier, such thoughts are absurd given that in the end we are allor less identical, not identical in the way, for instance, that 2 photons are identical, physics tells us photons are indistinguishable, but in the sense of very much alike , and this is why aspiring to such difference, any hope of ever becoming a clinical case oneself, turns out to be an infantile stance, though a desire to be different from other people can still help you to take action, to progress, to work through stress and anxiety, to be, that is, alive in a sense quite different from the being alive idea peddled by the bland Eastern philosophies, because stress promotes entropy, disorder, life, and one travels to different countries and sees there very different things flora and fauna wise, customs and appearances wise, all the things that distinguish races and cultures, and yet, sooner or later, one comes to the undeniable conclusion or formulation of what might even be a law, namely that everything, looked at in sufficient detail, is identical to its counterpart on the far side of the world zoom in and the leaf of a scrub plant in Sardinia is the same as that of an Alaskan pine tree, the skin pores of a Sudanese person are identical to those of an Inuit, and there really is nothing between a Buddha figure in Bangkok and a statuette of Christ in Despe aperros, Ja n, and so it is with everything, because of another law both general and true the tourist goes abroad and identifies with the things he or she finds there only because they call to mind something familiar, something that, without being exactly the same, is somewhat the same, the Replicant from Blade Runner, and all of this has a great deal to do with what we understand by the word frontier, by the overlapping of surfaces, because it would be monstrous to happen upon something absolutely new, it would be nightmarish and unbearable, just as two absolutely identical beings would be, and so we look for arguments to take us beyond this paradox The narration is something of a spiral, growing outwards and taking onthemes, but always returning to the certain familiar reference points and motifs inter alia a bar on an island south of Sardinia very similar to a bar in the Azores although neither he or his girlfriend has ever been to the Azores , the guitar case of a Gibson Les Paul, the last litter tray of a dead cat, a two piece bikini with a daisy print and a Paul Auster novel in Portuguese, the latter two both purchased on a trip to Las Vegas, an accident in Thailand which gave him the time to write the previous novel in the trilogy and a mysterious Project planned by him and his daisy print bikini wearing girlfriend which they plan to complete in Sardinia.In the novel itself, the narrator explains his preferred narrative approach note the reference to Giorgio Manganelli, the pop culture, and the way this particular stream of thoughts returns to that bar in SardiniaI have always tried to write totally amorally, like Coca Cola, moral roots unmanifest, maybe this is why I like the US, because, like me, it s inhabitants are uncouth, unconnected, tourists in their own lives, this is also why I am 100% with the artist John Currin when he says he only needs 10 minutes in the MoMA before he s had his fill, any longer and his own progress as an artist Ian going to be stunted, History s like a huge supermarket, that s the way it ought to be viewed, yes, that s got a ring to it, History as supermarket, I d get a tattoo of that if I didn t hate tattoos so much, and this method of telling stories amorally, documentarily, is not something I ve taken from literature but from a film I happened across in the early 90s, Japanese director Takeshi Kitano s Hana bi, a form of narration in which the only imperative is to follow the way it s own language breathes, an idea I then came across soon after in Giorgio Manganelli s fascinating book Centuria and that was corroborated for me, quite a long time later, the night I met the woman now sitting across from me in a bar on the island to the south of Sardinia that bore a resemblance to a bar in the Azores,The second part of the novel, told in short numbered chapter, each barely a paragraph, takes on ametafictional and sinister turn think Tales of the Unexpected and includes the narrator or possibly an alter ego , writing, or rewriting , the first section of the novel, interspersed with some grainy photographs supposedly taken by the narrator during this part of the narrative The third, which follows up on the story of the 2nd, is evenfragmentary and concludes that Agust n Fern ndez Mallo and his Nocilla Project may never have existed, but that certain great literary works may have concocted in homage to him, citing examples from Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Wittgenstein JG Ballard and Marguerite Duras amongst others And the fourth, in conjunction with the artist Pere Joan, is a graphic short story involving another post modern Spanish author, the excellent Enrique Vila Matas.It all adds up to a wonderful mix His Fitzcarraldo stable mate Matthias Enard has hailed him as the most original and powerful author of his generation in Spain he was born in 1967 and it is interesting to compare and contrast the two both highly literary and given to long unbroken page like sentences Enard s masterpiece Zone is one 521 page sentence but where as Enard is deliberately and rather anachronistically old fashioned and cultured, Fern ndez Mallo s writing is infused with pop culture and a network mix of manyextraliterary materials his words from the same 3AM interview Both are excellent While this certainly can be read stand alone, I suspect to fully appreciate it I would need to read the first two parts of the trilogy, as well as the associated film made by the author in parallel with the novels see , which unfortunately is only available in Spanish So 4 stars for now, but perhaps 5 when I can appreciate the Proyecto Nocilla Nocilla Project as a whole El desastre de Chiang Mai durante un viaje a Tailandia fue la azarosa oportunidad para que Agust n Fern ndez Mallo volcara en un relato tripartito sus experiencias con esa cosa tan extra a llamada Mundo Nocilla Lab es el cierre l gico y multidisciplinar del Proyecto Nocilla Una road movie autorreferencial y visionaria, inquietante, donde un hombre y una mujer buscan poner en marcha el Proyecto, una excusa para hurgar en sus sue os y en su propia relaci n Un certero relato del arte de crear, de escribir, de imaginar El trayecto acaba en una antigua prisi n en la que un hombre se enfrenta a otro, con el suspense y la tensi n de un thriller, un hombre contra s mismo en un final original y sorprendente Como un demiurgo disfrazado de DJ ficcional, Agust n Fern ndez Mallo transforma cuanto encuentra a su paso en una nueva realidad, la creada por su mesa de mezclas, convirtiendo lo parad jico de la existencia en una verdadera po tica Pura f sica elemental


About the Author: Agustín Fernández Mallo

Agust n Fern ndez Mallo A Coru a, 1967 es un f sico y escritor espa ol afincado en Palma de Mallorca Es uno de los miembros m s destacados de la llamada Generaci n Nocilla, Generaci n Mutante o Afterpop, cuya denominaci n m s popular procede del t tulo de una serie de sus novelas.


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