Lucas Di Pascuale


Proyectos / proyects

Dibujos / drawings

Textos / texts

Bio

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Lindes para el viento

Ali/Lai, Lau/Zip


Retrato libros

Yerba Mala

Hola tengo miedo

López

Colecciones

Ciudadano

taurrtiissttaa

Artista Comprometido

On the roof

Conversa

Apolíptico

I love my car

Tríptico JJ

PTV

Chocolates Argentinos

Los hijos de Vincent

H31

H.I.J.O.S.

Homenajes

 

Relevos

Vigilia

Restos Nocturnos

Salirse, insistir

El Vidrio

DADGEC

Parabrisas

 

 

 

 

2003-2004

PTV  

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Partido Transportista de Votantes


Partido político.
Web + eventos + objetos. Proyecto iniciado por Lucas Di Pascuale y transformado luego en obra colectiva.

Transporte de votantes: 27/04/03 elecciones presidenciales - 5/10/03 elecciones municipales de Córdoba Capital. Primer Acto público: noviembre 2003 DocumentA/Escénicas - Córdoba. Primer Congreso Partidario: octubre 2004, Casa 13 - Córdoba.


Transport of Voters Party

Political party.
Events + objects + web. Project started by Lucas Di Pascuale and later changed into a collective work.

I started this project using some e-mails, the first read: ”feel like voting when you know about PTV” (Transport of Voters Party). Then I received other e-mails offering the services of my Party to take people to vote without proposing anyone as a candidate.
Later I transported voters on the presidencial elections day in 2003. Since then, those who were transported, my relatives, friends and my friends’ friends started joining the party. The project became collective and me, as Founder Artist, devoted myself to the organizational part, proposing that each one performs specific tasks for the Party related to their professions.
In this way many projects came up: a publicist was in charge of the Party image, a firm of architects dealt with a project for the headquarters, etc. We started holding assemblies to show those projects among us and then we held a political performance in a lounge in the center of the city.
In the political performance we announced some of the projects and also the Party’s objectives: to defeat clientelism. The audience (about 300 people) laughed while listening to our projects, they applauded our ideals and even sang the verses of the Argentinian national anthem.