This paper is part of an investigation about the audiovisual scene in the city of Tijuana, Mexico and part of an approach in visual anthropology. It focus in how the visuality produced by the audiovisual scene explores the urban landscapes; concern for contextual characteristics that determine certain social dynamics as citizenship, violence, city walks or everyday life, and; show interest in visual and narrative style that initially it may have been experimental, intuitive and subsequently came increasingly through the professionalization a formal cinematic language.
Notes about the visuality produced by Tijuana audiovisual scene.Abstract in spanish
Keywords: Public sphere,citizenship,urban contexts,middle class,visual experimentation.
Author: Mayra Moreno Barajas. Magister en Antropología Visual y Documental Antropológico (FLACSO-Ecuador). Profesora del Centro Universitario de Arte, Arquitectura y Diseño en la Universidad de Guadalajara. México.
Received: April 05th, 2015, Accepted: June 02th, 2015
Revista Chilena de Antropología Visual - número 25 - Santiago, julio 2015 - 65/87 pp.- ISSN 0718-876x. Rev. chil. antropol. vis.