The research we present focuses on a phenomenographical mapping of a mountainous region of Central Italy which, between 2009 and 2017, was struck by several catastrophic earthquakes. As the reconstruction efforts are variously proceeding to reinstate a questionable status ante quem, there is a widespread feeling that this rebuilding is in fact ignoring the “human space” that animated the towns before the dramatic events. This affective topography thus aims at presencing the atmospheric situations we have encountered by means of a variety of media, among which drawing, photography, cartography and commented walks.

After the ruins. An affective topography of post-earthquake cities

De Matteis Federico
2020

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The research we present focuses on a phenomenographical mapping of a mountainous region of Central Italy which, between 2009 and 2017, was struck by several catastrophic earthquakes. As the reconstruction efforts are variously proceeding to reinstate a questionable status ante quem, there is a widespread feeling that this rebuilding is in fact ignoring the “human space” that animated the towns before the dramatic events. This affective topography thus aims at presencing the atmospheric situations we have encountered by means of a variety of media, among which drawing, photography, cartography and commented walks.
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