Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Lidia Decandia
Publishing Year 2019 Issue 2018/86 Language Italian
Pages 6 P. 61-66 File size 249 KB
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The essay focuses the attention on the different relationships forged over the time between Civita and its territory. The case of this small village is framed inside a process of economical-social-spatial renovation that Lefebvre defines urban revolution. A revolution that, in Civita’s territory, generates a double movement: on the one hand, states the abandonment of the territory and the depopulation of the town’s core, on the other, favours a process of aestheticization and spectacularization of the landscape, triggering new urban forms of appropriation of the hamlet. The starting point of the author is a critical analysis of this transformation; from this perspective, she tries to suggest a way out from this aestheticizing narcosis, starting from the specificity of the historical relation of men living in Civita, side by side with the frailty of this land.
Keywords: Man-environment; co-belonging; aesthetization
Lidia Decandia, Civita di Bagnoregio e la rivoluzione urbana: come ricomporre un rapporto spezzato tra uomo e territorio? in "TERRITORIO" 86/2018, pp 61-66, DOI: 10.3280/TR2018-086008