MODE KILLS FASHION. ART, BODY AND (MICRO)POLITICS IN THE 80S

MODO MATA MODA. ARTE, CUERPO Y (MICRO)POLÍTICA EN LOS 80

MODO MATA MODA. ARTE, CUERPO Y (MICRO)POLÍTICA EN LOS 80

MODE KILLS FASHION. ART, BODY AND (MICRO)POLITICS IN THE 80S

MODO MATA MODA. ARTE, CUERPO Y (MICRO)POLÍTICA EN LOS 80

The live collage, the color, the chopped paper, the rabid hairs, the vagrant suits, the prosthesis and the makeup conform the flashing image of Buenos Aires’s “underground” of 1980, a verge that safeguarded, in the Dionysian fest, the possibility of creating alternative forms to the current power. Daniela Lucena and Gisela Laboureau conform an "out loud" encounter with these experiences. When we hear them, we meet with the rebelliousness as testimony of those days and also the desire for a space that housed unpublished bodies, built between paste and glamour, between the student band and the mess, between sexual experimentation and the remains of our South American peripheries. Irina Garbatzky

". . . an essential book to understand the contemporary world . . ." —María Julia Bonetto, Revista Chocha.

  • MODE KILLS FASHION. ART, BODY AND (MICRO)POLITICS IN THE 80S
  • Daniela Lucena , Gisela Laboureau
  • Universidad Nacional de La Plata
  • Spanish
  • Printed, Electronic
    • 978-9781-985-83-8
  • Yes
    • Aixa Segura
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