Fabricio Caiazza

Proyecto Anda (desde 2010)

Proyecto Anda es un modo de hacer urbanismo participativo. Generamos situaciones donde diferentes actores co-diseñan y construyen suelos hidráulicos dando forma a sus propios entornos.
Comenzamos entrevistando a maestros baldoseros, investigando los modos de construcción tradicionales en Argentina, Cataluña, India, Portugal e Italia. Reemplazamos los procesos semi-industriales y sus materiales por elementos y procedimientos más ligeros.
Desde 2010 trabajamos junto a instituciones y asociaciones, empoderando comunidades en la valoración de los lugares que habitan y transitan.
Sitio del proyecto: www.proyectoanda.com
- Baldosas hidráulicas para la construcción de espacios públicos
- Lo que puede un triángulo

Obra realizada junto a Inés Martino

Stepanova (2017)

Várvara Stepanova, protagonista de los primeros diez años de la revolución rusa. Aquella generación orientó sus invenciones culturales a la incipiente industria soviética, anhelando alcanzar vastos sectores sociales ajenos a los consumos y estilos modernos de vida.
La operación del proyecto Stepanova consiste en experimentaciones plásticas con los escasos documentos que han encontrado sobre la autora, como ser fotografías personales, pinturas, diseños y bocetos. Mediante tecnologías rudimentarias de reproducción han generado artefactos de una evidente influencia y admiración hacia aquella mujer afanada en incidir activamente en el momento y lugar en que se encontraba.
Varvara Stepanova, edición de Martino y Caiazza

Obra realizada en conjunto con Inés Martino

Sincita (2007/2011)

I transfer to other spaces texts that spread across the Internet (self-publishing sites such as blogs). They are fragments of thoughts about the construction and circulation of social reality on the internet or web 2.0. Then I label them on behalf of various formats and transfer them to the street to photograph them and then finally return them back to the blogosphere.
I paint letters with chalk on slates or enamel, wood, plastic, cardboard, paper. The media is pretty much “bastard” and is occasionally found on the streets. I then locate them on the walls of houses, premises, public transport, etc.., with intent to promote the occasional meeting with those who pass through those spaces.
I am developing the interventions in the cities of Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Rosario, Mataro and Paraná.
The formal aspect of SINCITA is based initially on "La Chinoise" by Jean-Luc Godard (1967)



HoneyVodka (2006/2011)

A recipe can be written in papers and books, to transcend who wrote it down, it must be amended by relatives, friends or neighbors, It also may be photocopied, emailed so that it can even reach remote locations. Sharing a drink, listening to music, talking, meeting people, to value the contact with others, creating a time not regulated by market laws, in a non-productive time. A certain combination of elements can highlight a product, a drink for instance. A simple recipe can be sufficient to replicate the content. Vodkamiel is a drink of open codes, anyone can make it. With just 3 / 4 liters of vodka and 1 / 2 or 1 / 4 kilo of honey. Mix well and drink at home.
The tasting is generated to facilitate crossing situations, encounter and dialogue.
web: http://vodkamiel.com.ar
Tasting: http://vodkamiel.com.ar/blog/?page_id=6


Sharing Capital (2005/2011)

Sharing Capital is a platform that fosters the free exchange of knowledge and processes.
The philosophy of “open source software” and linked to the values of freedom, collaborative work and networking organization are the nodal articulators of this project.
Our goal is to operate the ethical values that energize the communities connected with programming in the visual arts environment.
We like to say that Capital Sharing is “peer to peer" and "face to face”. We attempt to move the virtual networks to real networks, organizing meetings, workshops, talks and contaminating and productive exchanges.

Pear to pear: www.compartiendocapital.org.ar
Face to face: http://compartiendocapital.org.ar/blog/eventos/


Sincita Video (2010/2011)

Transfer internet articles circulating in other spaces. They are fragments of thoughts about the construction of reality in Web 2.0.
The goal is to borrow forms and texts of the Internet to create new meanings.
Sometimes I take stills from films and re-released along with the texts. At other times use analog text on the video recording of the city. In all cases of short duration and are made with simple tools.

Pinhole Copyleft Camera (2005)

In this page you will find a plan to build a pinhole camera and some pictures that have been taken with it. Through this simple process we would like to encourage experimentation, generating a space where achievements and "mistakes" with other people can be shared.
Let information and knowledge flow freely without restrictions or patents!!



Pinche Empalme Justo (2003/2005)

Intervention in public spaces of Rosario and Buenos Aires. Visibility for common ventures of certain illegality. Theoretical and practical research of the Cateaters work team. http://www.pinchecable.wordpress.com


Piquete Way (2002/2003)

Multimedia Intervention exploring maximum visibility with minimal resources, 2002/2003. Theoretical and practical research of the Cateaters work team, Guerrilla Space Planet X Communication Workshop, Rosario.


Common Signs (2006/2007)

The modular signs were painted with synthetic enamel on wood and metal racks. They are permanently exhibited in contexts related to the philosophy of share equity. Its modular nature allows different compositions.

Planeta X, El Levante and many other cultural places

módulos de 60 x 60 cm

Appropriation Donald Judd (2006)

These direct appropriations from the work of Donald Judd are part of the widespread dissemination campaign Sharing Capital. Tables are painted with synthetic enamel.

60 x 80 cm

Robocop. Zero Tolerance (1998)

Urban Intervention in the city of Rosario, 1998, collective "Art on the Kalle". Activity in response to police plan saturation. Project developed with H.I.J.O.S. Rosario and HR organizations.

2 mts, 200 copies

Burning Box (2006/2007)

We went out to public places with a box containing a computer with CD burner. In this computer we store and copy music produced by artists who choose to distribute their works under free licenses. A proposal from LoWLab, Hacklab on Planet X.
www.cajaquemadora.wordpress.com/ www.hacklab.planetax.org.ar/

Con el apoyo de
Fundación Itaú Mecenazgo Buenos Aires Ciudad