Thanks. Indeed hard to find English translations, so far I have read Axolotl and The night face up. He lacked a few criteria in these two, but was enjoyable to read anyway. It still felt as a story, because of the mostly chronologic progresison, but he did break perspective in Axolotl.
The .pdf I found of the latter was a rough scan of the pages from some book, with the angle sometimes off - this was a great thing for me, but I would have enjoyed it even more with a few accidentally copy/pasted words, spelling errors, printing errors. Perhaps the text becoming poetic but without the line breaks, froming a weird sort of prose. I could even imagine a few sentences that doesn't fit at all, things like "DON'T FORGET to reserve a restaurant table after finished with this chapter!" or perhaps "Hey Julio, long time no see! Heeey, Good to see you, Juan! Old buddy, I've got this little writing to finish, I'll be out in a few minutes. Carol will get you something to drink!"
I might try stuff like merging two different texts, copying a random amount of sentences from one then another; but again that's not as great as a writer doing it, carefully hiding the switch to make it unnoticeable until it's too late.
Imagine a book where perspective is switched often, when a common ground, a connection is found with another one. A dude walking in a school corridor, thinking about his crush and trying to figure out what his next step should be, how to fight off the nervous feelings. He catches a glimpe of that painting near the headmaster's office. Old dude with a moustache, he was an teacher in this school way back in the 30s, all while pursuing a successful career as an electric engineer. "Those were the days, when nerds like me could have prestige and be left alone." He keeps on walking past the headmaster's office, still on about the glory days of electronics. Why would anyone be concerned with girls, like that stupid Jason he just passed by? He's wasting his time on emotion, instead of making rational steps for a great career!
Here for example the perspective was switched from one dude to another when they saw the same painting. Imagine doing this with situations, objects, emotions, anything. One time your main character is a russian hacker dude with alcohol addiction, and the next line she's all upset why people keep staring at her boobs, until she realizes her clothes are all wrong... but now she cannot fix them, such is life when you're a marble statue, just awakened to consciousness while your creator is still hard at work with forming your legs... and then for 30 pages you'd read the boring story of the marble statue, with the flesh and blood woman only getting two lines at best.
Thanks again for the trail, I'll keep looking for his stuff. Perhaps.