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Nocilla ExperienceThe artist Jodorkovski spends hours painting tiny vignettes on chewing gum stuck to the pavements In Miami Harold spends his days devouring every box of Corn Flakes with his ex wife's birthday as its sell by date Meanwhile in Corcubión Spain Antón is working on an audacious theory about the shared properties of barnacles and hard disks These are some of the narrative strands that make up this arborescently structured novel the second instalment in the Nocilla Trilogy

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Hailed as one of the most daring experiments in Spanish literature of recent years Featuring walk on parts for Julio Cortázar during the writing of Hopscotch and Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now and full of references to indie cinema collage conceptual art practical architecture the history of computers and the decadence of the novel Nocilla Experience picks up where Nocilla Dream left off presenting us with a hidden and exhilarating cartography of contemporary experienc

TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Agustín Fernández Mallo A Coruña es un físico y escritor español afincado en Palma de Mallorca Es uno de los miembros más destacados de la llamada Generación Nocilla Generación Mutante o Afterpop cuya denominación más popular procede del título de una serie de sus novelas.

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  • Vit Babenco

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceGlobalization the entire world is entwined with the computer web so the volumes of trashy information multiplied immeasurably And similar to good taste bad taste needs to be cultivated but the process is much easierShe knows that all the interesting fashion and art originates in London later going on to Milan or New York to be refined and disseminated In the souvenir shop at the Natural History Museum which is next to Sandra’s study rooms they sell a dinosaur key ring with a compass for a brain Sandra has always hated the feeling of being disoriented so whenever she takes the Tube she removes the key ring from her bag and keeps her eye on the magnetic ball; this way she can always tell which direction the train is tr


  • Gumble&

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceThe follow up to Nocilla Dream My Nutella themed review here I have never known uite what to think of Ferrero Rocher invented of course by the same person who named Nutella – on one hand I have always wanted to believe that any pretension towards being a sophisticated chocolate is ironical with the much copied and heavily parodied adverts the bling gold wrapping and the plastic tray but have never been sure that it is intended that wayI would like to think that any pretensions of this book to being serious experimental literature are also ironical with the copying of pop interviews – the writer of Jeremy and Alive apparently thinks the best songs are 2 minutes fifty the popular scien


  • Neil

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceNocilla Experience is volume two of a trilogy I read volume one Nocilla Dream the day before I read this one ie I read them back to back The final instalment Nocilla Lab is due to be published in English by Fitzcarraldo Editions in January 2019 just 2 3 weeks after my reading of these first two instalmentsThere are some key similarities between Dream and Experience multiple short chapters mixture of fact and fiction non linear multi person narratives that swirl around one another But I think the the titles are apt for the way the books feel The first book Dream has a dream like uality to it it swirls around a tree in the Nevada desert and somehow the text has a desert like atmosphere This second book feels much “reality based” even though it still contains plenty of bizarre happeningsI liked the way Dream kept coming back to the tree in the desert and I liked the desert feel of the narratives In Exp


  • Paul Fulcher

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla Experience Josecho was a fervent practitioner of an aesthetic tendency he himself had termed ‘transpoetic fiction’ which consisted of creating hybrid artefacts somewhere between science and what is traditionally known as ‘literature’ Nocilla Experience translated by Thomas Bunstead is the 2nd volume of Agustín Fernández Mallo's Nocilla Trilogy My reviews of Part I Nocilla Dream and Part III Nocilla Lab largely cover the trilogy  Given how different Dream and Lab are it was rather disappointing to find that Experience rather repeats the format of Dream with just a variation in theme and also does so in a way that also doesn't particularly draw the two other parts of the trilogy together  Here the literary touchpoint for the novel shifts from Borges to Julio Cortázar's Hopscotch Julio appearing as a character in this novel who claims to have also written a Hopscotch B


  • Jonfaith

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceExceptional if disparate Experience is fragments gestures piled or drifting various moments of repose There's a tumble to it one readily captivating Borges was the leitmotif of the first installment while Cortazar ruminates here he appears and unlike a Hitchcock cameo the Argentine alters the pattern a seismology of the subconscious Experience occupies an obscure corner perhaps with Sorrentino and Kluge I am reluctant to plunge into the third straight away


  • Tommi

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceThis is the second installment in Mallo’s trilogy which “seeks to transfer certain aspects of my theory of ‘post poetry’ to fiction” as he phrases it himself in the book In the first book he calls it “docu fiction” Experience is as heavy as Dream but I think he manages to combine hard science and fiction much better here than in the predecessor Very enjoyable and despite the difficult subject matter entertaining It’s uick to read because the 112 chapters are all very short


  • AB

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceI honestly feel uite disappointed by this one I loved Nocilla Dream and put down several other books to hopefully find the same enjoyment in Nocilla Experience but it did not uite materialize Experience seems to focus on shared ideas objects experiences and reiterations of select scenes Most notably a scene from Apocalypse Now is repeated several times each time adding another sentence Or a radio is described in an abandoned complex with an announcer saying different things each time There are still chara


  • Alejandro

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceExperimental and heavy but with a very special feeling to it The author fails to develop some stories to their fullest potential but nevertheless it is the kind of book that tries to transcend and take literature to the future


  • Tom

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceA book doesn’t need a plot to be interesting but it does need to be interesting


  • Jordan

    TEXT ä READER Nocilla Experience Ý CONNECFLOOR Nocilla ExperienceA physicist’s attempt at embodying a theory of post poetry in fiction Narrative tapas I like these books a lot