A Retroactive Interference between Art and Architecture. A Research Experience between Art and Architecture about the Vele in Scampia and its Future

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Title: A Retroactive Interference between Art and Architecture. A Research Experience between Art and Architecture about the Vele in Scampia and its Future
Authors: Nobile, Maria Luna
Keywords: Ecological thinking | Architecture | Disciplines | Society | Hope
Issue Date: Sep-2018
Publisher: Universidad de Alicante. Escuela Politécnica Superior
Citation: Nobile, Maria Luna. “A Retroactive Interference between Art and Architecture. A Research Experience between Art and Architecture about the Vele in Scampia and its Future”. En: Sánchez Merina, Javier (Ed.). EURAU18 Alicante: Retroactive Research: Congress Proceedings. Alicante: Escuela Politécnica Superior Alicante University, 2018. ISBN 978-84-1302-003-7, pp. 193-199
Abstract: Thinking about the architectural project as a broader process first requires reflecting on the role of architecture in urban transformation. In different ways the project becomes an element of interpretation of the real world, and the architect, as an author, conquers a position that goes beyond the classical boundaries of the discipline, through the contamination with other disciplines. Art has always been an interpretative tool. In particular, the research presented focuses on the retroactive interferences between Art and Architecture and on the ability of architecture to extend the limits of the imaginary, both as a discipline capable of interacting with different skills, and as an architectural artefact considered as an Open Work. The architecture of the ”Vele” in Scampia is the protagonist of this research, that supports the production of the background material as part of a visual art project of the photographer Hans Wilschut for the Center for Visual Art CBK in Rotterdam, carried out in collaboration with the curator Patricia Pulles. The architecture of the ”Vele”, the impressive visual impact and the interesting architectural structure that is still present, but heavily damaged, and the impact that this architecture has on the perception of the same inhabitants and the actual decline of the area towards a new future, are the key topics of this extended abstract.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10045/80113
ISBN: 978-84-1302-003-7
Language: eng
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Peer Review: si
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.14198/EURAU18alicante
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