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Eugeni Bonet (Barcelona, 1954) is undoubtedly one of the main theoretical referents in the fields of cinema, video and digital media in Spain. For forty years his writings have shown the evolution of these disciplines, establishing genealogies, working methods and the links between four different generations of artists. At the same time, his audiovisual programmes introduced subjects and tendencies that were practically unknown at each successive moment, to the point where many of them became authentic and indispensable textbooks. Moreover, Bonet has also followed a notable trajectory as a curator of exhibitions and artist, with various videos and experimental and feature films to his name. This book, published specifically for this project, compiles Bonet’s most important writings, many of which appeared in rare magazines and fanzines, out-of-print catalogues and even unpublished texts.

Project's website: Eugeni Bonet: escritos de vista y oido

Technical details

Publication date:
2014
Author:
Collection:
Other
Support:
Pages:
340
Illustrations:
9
Editorial category:
Exhibitions
Design:

Designed by Hermanos Berenguer

Editions:
Spa 978-84-92505-69-2

Images

Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 4 and 5
Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 38 and 39
Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 56 and 57
Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 74 and 75
Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 152 and 153
 Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 166 and 167
Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 166 and 167
 Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 290 and 290
Selection from the catalogue "Eugeni Bonet: Escritos de vista y oído", pages 318 and 319

Related

Videos

Audios

Guided tour to 'The Listening Eye. Eugeni Bonet: Screens, Projections, Writings' exhibition
Son[i]a #191 Eugeni Bonet
22.05.2014
I like to work with what is often called "cultural heritage", but the materials that I use are banal and clichéd, like sugar blocks, doors, couscous, rugs, official documents.
Latifa Echakhch