NOSTALGIA —
THIS TIME ISN'T MINE BUT IT SHOULD BE

Editorial Set | NOSTALGIA

Editorial Set | NOSTALGIA

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First Page | NOSTALGIA

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Editorial Set Presentation | NOSTALGIA

Editorial Set Presentation | NOSTALGIA

 

Academic Work

Nostalgia allows us to feel homesick not only for a past we experienced but also for certain times and spaces we never lived, that sometimes never existed in the first place. Spaces, objects, icons or ideologies that take us to a time where, without knowing how or why, we find a strange feeling of belonging and comfort. Thus, as a way of responding to the current youth's strange need for escapism, the project "Nostalgia: this time isn't mine but it should be" appears. The project compiles a set of textual, photographic and ideographic references that come together to characterize this space in which the "nostalgic young person" is isolated.

2015