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Estudios filológicos

versión impresa ISSN 0071-1713

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KEIZMAN, Betina. The open doors: continuity, obsolescence and potentiality in recent literature and art. Estud. filol. [online]. 2018, n.62, pp.111-128. ISSN 0071-1713.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0071-17132018000200111.

This work settle a dialog between a series of pieces from the Adrián Villar Rojas Argentinian plastic artist and the novel Opendoor (2006) from the Iosi Havilio writer around the exploration of the failed horizon of progress and evolution, anachronism and what remains, namely, notions of obsolescence, quenching and continuity. Both Villar Rojas and Havilio questions the modern logic of temporality, space and subjectivity, which now discovers itself pervious compared to others, nature and objects. In Opendoor, the transurban or transrural territory and the transgenerational community shelter a range of experiences that escape out time retaining and administrating net. In Havilio novel’s “open doors” separate rural and urban space, but also dig into potential lives.

Palabras clave : Villar Rojas; Iosi Havilio; potential lives; temporalities; Transurban.

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