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metadata.dc.tipo.spa: Artículo
Título : Haiti in the Time of Trash: Recycling, Rebuilding, and Remaining Joyful Five Years After the Earthquake
metadata.dc.creator: Khachadurian, Linda
metadata.dc.date: 2015
Editorial : Cambridge. MA, Estados Unidos : Harvard University.
Citación : Khachadurian Linda. 2015. Haiti in the Time of Trash: Recycling, Rebuilding, and Remaining Joyful Five Years After the Earthquake. Revista Harvard Review of Latin America, winter 2015 14(2) : 50-52.
Descripción : The artists work with whatever materials they can pick up off the streets: metal, wood, nails, cracked CDs, tires, bottle caps and dismembered dolls. Eugène says that he’s partial to metal, which has become more and more difficult to find because of the clean-up initiative by the city. When I ask him if part of him wishes there were no such effort underway, he answers: “No. When you have clean streets you have good health, and that is the most important thing.”
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10469/8259
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