miércoles, 7 de diciembre de 2011


HERE: Performance Beyond Miami's Parties by Paul David Young in "ART IN AMÉRICA".

"Oroza considered this "architecture of necessity" to be an instance of the total Cuban social adaptation to the island's economic isolation, the most famous example of which is the country's bizarrely well-preserved fleet of 1950s cars. For Oroza, this Cuban resourcefulness engenders a "pre-cultural sense of eating and sleeping," a state that seemed momentarily desirable."

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