Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology (Film, 16mins)

‘[A sociology of boxing] must grasp boxing through its least known and least spectacular side: the drab and obsessive routine of the gym workout, of the endless and thankless preparation, inseparably physical and moral, that preludes the all-too-brief appearances in the limelight, the minute and mundane rites of daily life in the gym that produce and reproduce the belief feeding this very peculiar corporeal, material, and symbolic economy that is the pugilistic world’ — Loïc Wacquant, Body and Soul (2003)

Selected Exhibition

Flatpack, Birmingham, 2017

Festival international du film ethnographique du Québec, 2017

Kino Film Festival, Manchester, 2017

Wales International Documentary Festival, 2018

Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology (Film, 16mins)
Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology (Film, 16mins)

‘[A sociology of boxing] must grasp boxing through its least known and least spectacular side: the drab and obsessive routine of the gym workout, of the endless and thankless preparation, inseparably physical and moral, that preludes the all-too-brief appearances in the limelight, the minute and mundane rites of daily life in the gym that produce and reproduce the belief feeding this very peculiar corporeal, material, and symbolic economy that is the pugilistic world’ — Loïc Wacquant, Body and Soul (2003)

Selected Exhibition

Flatpack, Birmingham, 2017

Festival international du film ethnographique du Québec, 2017

Kino Film Festival, Manchester, 2017

Wales International Documentary Festival, 2018

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