The Music Of Ramon Raquello And His Orchestra & Other Stories
This book comprises the largest monographic presentation of the work of Eric Baudelaire to date. His oeuvre has ceaselessly engaged with histories of images, cinema, radical militancy, and violence by or against the state. Spanning over a decade of artistic production (installation, print, photography, and film), it follows his attempts to find a form that reflects the catastrophic complexity of contemporary life, juxtaposing fictions that have documentary tendencies with documents that open fictional spaces. Research material fragments, images, texts, and chronologies that have informed Baudelaire's work process unfold throughout the volume as a large-scale source book.