MAXXI Piazza – admittance free subject to availability of places
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Three events alternating poems and essays, critical interventions and reflections, based on the works on show in the MAXXI piazza.
The relationship between literature, visual arts and thought is in continual mutation and growth. In the second seminar in this series we focus on a number of significant aspects of the definition and discussion of the relationships between word and image and the relative theorizing: from the birth of modern culture to a contemporaneity in which the interweaving of the diverse expressive and representative codes has become even more complex and problematic.
Starting out from the installation Anima by Mircea Cantor, a symbol of the decomposition of the institutionalised tradition a reproposal of materials used as instruments for redefining space, the speakers will be presenting diverse research experiences for a new redefinition of the everyday.
Enrico Testa Professor of the History of the Italian Language, University of Genoa
Andrea Cortellessa Critic and Professor of Contemporary Italian Literature, Roma Tre University
Giorgio Patrizi Professor of Italian Literature, University of Molise
Luca Archibugi and Giorgio Patrizi curators of the series
Presentation and reading of texts curated by Veronica Zucchi:
Il portamento (1912) by Umberto Boccioni
Boccioni (1972) by Giorgio Caproni
Texts take from Attributi dell’arte odierna (1970) by Emilio Villa
an event curated by Luca Archibugi and Giorgio Patrizi
in collaboration with Chiara Iuliucci