"For the expression 'The armadillo box”, Barboza offered the public a large
square wooden box of 1.50 Mts per edge and on each side they came out two
(2) long strips of cloth of 50 Mts each hanging large bells along the edges , the
whole element in red and the long strips were printed in extreme white the
word CACHICAMO repeated several times, accompanied by popular music, and
Venezuelan and Latin American folklore, to be presented to the public attending
the parks and Squares. The possessed public of the box uses it as it pleases: dance, jump, play, cover
with it, run pulling the strips, sing, scream, laugh, communicate, giving rise to an
atmosphere of plasticity created by the actions of the participants."
- Doris Spencer Barboza
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