"Public space" in the "invisible city" - The Invisible City was a social, cultural and artistic project developed in Riccione (2005-2008), devoted to the harvest of testimonies of the WWII and the Gothic Line, and their sharing through more expressive forms: a book, the theater and Internet. The project was founded on long and deepened meetings of the author, with every witness, essential in to gather their more intimate reflections. For the intrinsic features of Internet, the website www.lacittainvisibile.it accompanied every phase of the project and, after its conclusion, documented its carrying out. Now offers traces to freely face a run between words and images, between signs and maps.)" />
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"La città invisibile". Segni, storie e memorie di pace, pane e guerra
Journal Title: MEMORIA E RICERCA  
Author/s: Fabio Glauco Galli 
Year:  2009 Issue: 32 Language: Italian 
Pages:  14 Pg. 167-180 FullText PDF:  312 KB
DOI:  10.3280/MER2009-032011
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"Public space" in the "invisible city" - The Invisible City was a social, cultural and artistic project developed in Riccione (2005-2008), devoted to the harvest of testimonies of the WWII and the Gothic Line, and their sharing through more expressive forms: a book, the theater and Internet. The project was founded on long and deepened meetings of the author, with every witness, essential in to gather their more intimate reflections. For the intrinsic features of Internet, the website www.lacittainvisibile.it accompanied every phase of the project and, after its conclusion, documented its carrying out. Now offers traces to freely face a run between words and images, between signs and maps.
Keywords: Memory, World War II, Witnesses, City, Invisibility, Citizenship

Fabio Glauco Galli, in "MEMORIA E RICERCA " 32/2009, pp. 167-180, DOI:10.3280/MER2009-032011

   

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