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Sampling Media$
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David Laderman and Laurel Westrup

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780199949311

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199949311.001.0001

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Piggin’ Out! Constructing Spanish Cultural History through Media Sampling

Piggin’ Out! Constructing Spanish Cultural History through Media Sampling

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(p.87) 6 Piggin’ Out! Constructing Spanish Cultural History through Media Sampling
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Sampling Media
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Miguel Fernández Labayen

Vicente Rodríguez Ortega

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199949311.003.0007

This chapter provides a historical overview of audiovisual sampling in Spain, concentrating on the contemporary works of amateur filmmaker David Domingo and visual artist Marìa Cañas. First, it provides a theoretical and historical survey of sampling within Spanish culture from the 1970s (the end of Franco’s dictatorship) to the present. Second, it interrogates its legitimacy and adequacy to articulate a detailed discourse about Spanish cultural history. The chapter maneuvers through the Spanish subcultural and avant-garde detritus to build an alternative history of cultural legacy that emphasizes the practice of sampling. Finally, it juxtaposes Domingo’s wide range of analogue sampling practices—from Super 8 films to live performances—with Marìa Cañas’s output, a cannibalistic approach to audiovisual culture through digitization.

Keywords:   David Domingo, Marìa Cañas, Spanish cultural history, remix, sampling, punk videomaking, experimental cinema, YouTube, pig, Andalusian culture

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