Cucaño. Arte y política durante la dictadura militar argentina (1976-1983)

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10.18504/rl012-002-2018
Malena La Rocca

Este artículo está basado en una ponencia seleccionada por el Comité Organizador del Congreso Latinoamericano de Estudiantes de Posgrado en Ciencias Sociales para su posible publicación en Relacso. Fue dictaminada favorablemente por el Comité Editorial y por dos dictaminadores externos.

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Abstract: 
During the State terrorism in Argentina artistic collectives that tested ways of opposing to the military regime without confronting it directly arose. Between 1979 and 1982 the “Grupo de Arte Experimental Cucaño”, in the city of Rosario, performed theater productions, art workshops, cultural activities and risky street interventions intended to alter the everyday normality of the city. This paper proposes the idea of the group as a refuge and the construction of an imaginary community as alternative life to the “culture of fear” imposed by the military regime to a large part of society. It also, as from the artistic resources used in their actions, analyses the ways and strategies employed to activate politically amid the closure of public space.

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