From the post-earthquake reconstruction of the city of L'Aquila, the two authors start a reflection on living and dwelling that embraces contemporary society. The trivialization of the landscape reduces individual expression to its lowest terms, as it confines the cultural production of the community into an irreproducible past. The authors' research, enriched by the diversity of gaze of many thinkers and artists of our century, explores possible alternatives to the loss of public spaces.

Lo Spazio Negato

Francesco Giancola;
2019

Abstract

From the post-earthquake reconstruction of the city of L'Aquila, the two authors start a reflection on living and dwelling that embraces contemporary society. The trivialization of the landscape reduces individual expression to its lowest terms, as it confines the cultural production of the community into an irreproducible past. The authors' research, enriched by the diversity of gaze of many thinkers and artists of our century, explores possible alternatives to the loss of public spaces.
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