Previsible, massa previsible

Captura de pantalla 2017-02-12 a la(s) 14.10.16Confesso que cada dia em costa més seguir l’actualitat a través dels mitjans de comunicació convencional. Aquesta actitud diària de comprar un o dos diaris en paper, les dificultats per trobar un quiosc i després resseguir el contingut s’ha acabat convertint en un exercici tan rutinari que té el perill que algun dia digui prou i posi punt i final a un costum que m’acompanya des de fa molts anys i que aquells que em coneixen han integrat com una part consubstancial de la meva manera de ser.

I a què es deu aquest desencís? Francament, no m’ho sé explicar. És la conseqüència de que m’he fet gran i estic de tornada de moltes coses. O potser observo la realitat amb massa distanciament com si res anés amb mi o, definitivament, tenen raó aquells que pronosticaven la mort del periodisme com intèrpret i transmissor de la realitat en benefici de les llambregades que circulen a través de twitter i les xarxes socials.

Si fos més jove tot tindria una explicació. Per els mil.lenials el paper pertany a la prehistòria i quan algú té inquietuds culturals ho fa majoritàriament en format digital.

Però no crec que aquesta sigui la raó última del meu desencís. Si fos així no m’acostaria de tant en tant als museus, ni repassaria la cartellera per trobar pel.lícules que justifiquessin el preu de l’entrada al cinema o m’endinsaria en una bona obra de teatre.

Algú pot dir que entre l’art i el relat periodístic hi ha una gran diferència, que no són comparables. I jo m’entesto en dir que no, que hi ha un  lligam, que una pel.lícula com ‘Hotel Europa’ t’explica molt més del món en el qual vivim que els milers de pàgines insubstancials que s’han escrit sobre el fenomen dels populismes, de les víctimes de les guerres, del cinisme que amaga la retòrica i de  les conseqüències desastroses que sovint provoquen els il.luminats que dibuixen fronteres i murs com una manera de separar el bé i el mal.

Ens hem instal.lat en la previsibilitat. Ben mirat un món previsible ens ofereix una falsa seguretat o, com a mínim, ens reconforta amb el miratge que potser estem en el grup guanyador. La tranquil.litat a canvi de fugir del risc, de la crítica i de la reflexió. Un preu massa alt en mig de tanta ignomínia.

(il.lustració Gina Barrera)

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