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A phenomenon that defines how dance practices in Argentina developed during the 1960s was the fact that those working in the field were compelled to deal with the political sphere, both at an institutional level and vis-à-vis militants. By studying how Oscar Aráiz'sRite of Springand Ana Itelman'sPhaedrawere received, I analyze the position occupied by these artistic practices in a context of widespread social contestation. An attempt will be made to analyze their critical potential on the basisdoi:10.1017/s0149767716000218 fatcat:3f44xewqeje4tdunksp2i4p4hq