Public space and memory: conversation between Elena Cologni and Anna Santomauro

Cologni, Elena, Santomauro, Anna and Vincenzo, Estremo (2012) Public space and memory: conversation between Elena Cologni and Anna Santomauro. In: Green Days. Seriprint for Green Days Project, Bologna, Italy, pp. 45-48. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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The conversation addresses the underlaying issues of ROCKFLUID. This was developed from a Residency Cologni had at the Faculty of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge (awarded Arts Council of England Grants for the Art, Escalator Live Art Colchester Arts Centre, and Escalator Visual Art Wysing Arts Centre, 2011/). These include: the relationship between memory, the present and place. More specifically this first phase of the project frames the project and strategies adopted (including psychogeography, by with a relational approach); the interest in 'personal space is a non-verbal language of inter-subjective spatiality' (p 46) as well as microgeographies of everyday life.

Additional Information:Green Days is a project curated by Anna Santomauro and Viviana Checchia developed by neon>campobase in collaboration with AAA (Audiovisual Anonymous Artists), Fabrica de Pensule, Radar. Green Days Project: Anna Santomauro, Viviana Checchia, Gino Gianuizzi, Vincenzo Estremo, Enrico Vezzi, Sevie Tsampalla, Lies Leliaert, Jelle Desmet, Peter Beda, Wouter De Raeve / Dees & Lepage / Garden and Landscape Architecture, Sven Van der Stappen, Nick Slater, Amelia Beavis-Harrison, Georgina Barney, Corina Bucea.
Keywords:public space, memory, interdisciplinary
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
W Creative Arts and Design > W520 Body Awareness
L Social studies > L217 Environmentalism
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Fine Arts)
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Deposited On:15 May 2017 10:08

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