In 1958 the Di Tella Institute was created
to subsidize the development of scientific and artistic activities
what had
Social Sciences centers
and Art Centers
that became a pole of the Buenos Aires vanguards
introduced young artists and experimental productions
that gave the institute a fresh and disruptive aura
It was divided into two branches
Reflective realism
criticized the prevailing manners
revalued the Stanislavski method of action
the action should focus on the common man or antihero
the environment had to be transformed
should produce the viewer's reflection
had a didactic purpose
it was a fusion of
own theatrical textualities
elements of the european theater of absurdity
it was intended to enjoy the work itself
it was about parodying the everyday, representing a grotesque society
they had in common
militant attitude towards theater
rereading and appropriation of theatrical proposals from Europe and the United States.
Resistance to the censorship of the military regime