Life without name: the logic of the show according to David Lynch
Writer: Gabriel hair
Publishing: New library, S.L.
Synopsis: The work of David Lynch combines the fact of having become an object of mass consumption with the ability to put in scene the obsessions and the field of forces that form the backbone of this amalgam kitsch that constitutes the real thing “zero degree” our daily experience. Taking the work of David Lynch as a thread, and particularly Lost Highway (Lost Highway, 1997), This essay covers the role of the culture of the spectacle and the logic of the real time configuration of that field of forces and the model of subjectivity that goes with it. In this way, and thanks to the affinities of the own poetic lyncheana, the postmodern disembodied subject is pursued through the theory of Baudrillard's simulacra, the constellation of the three orders of lacan or the theory of the postmodernism of Jameson for, At last, delineate the transformations of the modern aesthetic experience on a horizon, the current, where space seems to have gained ascendancy over the time.