There are artists that do not read because they consider novels too narrative, and there are writers who hate art because do not understand it, as can be read in one of the preliminary notes of this book. Juan Cárdenas’ interests are diverse, contradictory and very far from the commonplace. Using what could be called an associative method, this book opens unexpected and inspiring connections between art and writing. The result is a beautiful catalogue of stories-essays or examined thinking. These are stories that observe us while we observe them: their images look at us and through them we find ourselves as readers who divagate.
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