Vidas más allá de la abyección: los imaginarios para después del final de Rafael Pinedo
Despite its relative isolation due to the author's death, Rafael Pinedo’s work has received numerous critical readings. From the first episode of his trilogy, Plop, these approaches rightly highlighted its allegorical character. The cartographies of Plop, Frío and Subte offer numerous clues that point in the direction of this activation. Another movement, however, is invited by the exhibition of current exclusion mechanisms. Other lives and other temporalities, which I explore in this article, disarm the normative modes of definition of the individual and the human.