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Poetry of thought. Space refound.Modernity as a complex concept: memories and traditions of the future inspired by the work of Alfredo Giuliani
MAXXI Piazza – admittance free subject to availability of places myMAXXI cardholders may reserve places by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by the day before the event (10 places available)
Three events alternating poems and essays, critical interventions and reflections, based on the works on show in the MAXXI piazza.
Philosophers and writers, academics and poets analyse the creative idioms of the XX century and contemporaneity
In the first event the ways in which the tradition of thought and experimentation in poetry reach a fertile meeting point, while originating from what are considered to be discrete areas.
The discussion takes its cue from the grandiose installation by Elisabetta Benassi, Mareo Merz – the fishing boat that has caught a car – which “leads us to discover that which time has sedimented in things, not just visible traces of the processes of transformation of matter, but the spirit of things given to them by those who have possessed them or simply experienced them for brief periods”.
Speakers Dario Evola Professor of Aesthetics, Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome Giorgio Biferali writer and cultural journalist Luca Archibugi writer Barbara Drudi Professor of History of Art, Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence
Introduced by Luca Archibugi and Giorgio Patrizi curators of the series
Presentation and reading of texts curated by Veronica Zucchi: Texts by Antonin Artaud Aspettando i barbari (1908) by Konstantinos Kavafis Il Dio abbandona Antonio (1910) by Konstantinos Kavafis Vaniloquio (1975) by Jorge Luis Borges Piogge (1943) by Saint John Perse Texts by Italo Calvino
an event curated by Luca Archibugi and Giorgio Patrizi in collaboration with Chiara Iuliucci