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Peripheral Visions / Global SoundsFrom Galicia to the World$
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José Colmeiro

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781786940308

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781786940308.001.0001

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Peripheral Movidas: Cannibalizing Galicia

Peripheral Movidas: Cannibalizing Galicia

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(p.209) Chapter Eight Peripheral Movidas: Cannibalizing Galicia
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Peripheral Visions / Global Sounds
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José Colmeiro

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9781786940308.003.0009

This chapter examines the profound industrial and cultural reconversion of Galicia during the years of the Movida galega, symbolically converted in a new Warholian “factory” of products for cultural consumption, through the internal self-cannibalization of its past and traditions, and its tense relation with the Madrid Movida. The analysis focuses on the development of the new Movida audiovisual urban culture, particularly on the avant-garde interdisciplinary performances of Rompente, the pioneering work of Bibiano Morón, Julián Hernández, Antón Reixa and Xavier Villaverde, and the creative works by the groups Siniestro Total and Os Resentidos.

Keywords:   Movida galega, Rompente, Bibiano Morón, Julián Hernández, Antón Reixa, Xavier Villaverde, Siniestro Total, Os Resentidos, Galicia Caníbal, Galicia Sitio Distinto

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