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Índex, revista de arte contemporáneo

versión On-line ISSN 2477-9199versión impresa ISSN 1390-4825


MEDINA ESTUPINAN, Gemma R.. Imagine the possible: interview with Graciela Carnevale. Índex [online]. 2019, n.8, pp.12-22. ISSN 2477-9199.

Tucumán Arde was a project developed between Rosario, Tucumán and Buenos Aires, by Grupo de Artistas de Vanguardia in 1968 that challenged the action in the face of the situation of homelessness and poverty faced by the population of Tucumán after the dismantling of the sugar industry. In doing so, the project expanded the conventional boundaries of artistic practice by collectively acting a way to get involved in reality from art. Silenced at the time by the dictatorship and subsequently forgotten, Tucumán Arde is considered a paradigm of political, conceptual and social art nowadays. In addition to the specific characteristics of Tucumán Arde, its positioning dimension as an artistic practice integrated at the ArteÚtil Archive. We are interested in revisiting it as a case study on activist, and socially engaged practice. what are the risks involved? What is the role of Education? How significant is the impact of empowering living archives? This interview is a compendium of a series of conversations held between June and December 2018.

Palabras clave : usefull art; Political art; activism; education; collective action; archive.

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