Impreso Cada, Tabloide, Ruptura / Cada Print, Tabloid, Rupture, 1982

Miami Beach 2014
1 Mira Madrid
Photomechanical print on paper
Lotty Rosenfeld + CADA (Art Actions Collective) Impreso Cada, Tabloide, Ruptura / Cada Print, Tabloid, Rupture, 1982 Photomechanical print on paper 38 x 27 cm The “Colectivo Acciones de Arte” (Art Actions Collective, CADA), an interdisciplinary group of Chilean artists (Diamela Eltit, Raúl Zurita, Juan Castillo, Fernando Balcells and Lotty Ros- enfeld), was created in 1979 with the aim of engaging in a critical reflection on the “art and politics” dilemma, a matter of pressing importance given the dictatorial regime that controlled Chile at the time. CADA focused on organizing grass- roots interventions that sought to launch a new aesthetic proposal which they hoped would reshape and redefine the art circles that existed in the dictatorship’s shadow. The collective called for a multiplication of the channels of dissemination and their transformation into frameworks for art discourses.