Drawing and the Invisible

  • Laura Marcolini Studio Azzurro, lauradelvuoto@studioazzurro.com

Abstract

In recent years, the Italian word disegno has expanded its range of meaning, embracing the influences of the English term design and thus involving the whole semantic field related to project conception and to the definition of spatial, sound and even behavioral configurations. This shift dialogues spontaneously with the attitude that has accompanied Studio Azzurro since its foundation, even though, precisely for this fact, it may prove potentially insidious (read more).

References

Balzola, A., Rosa, P. (2011). L’arte fuori di sé, un manifesto per l’età post tecnologica. Milano: Feltrinelli.

Coleridge, S. (1817). Biographia literaria. London: Rest Fenner.

Gallese, V. (2017). Human Perception & the Built Environment. The Role that Mirror Mechanisms and Embodied Simulation Play in the Perception of the Built Environment. Vittorio Gallese intervistato da Sarah Robinson in occasione della manifestazione Driehaus Foundation Built Environment Symposium, <https://youtu.be/ us8mMKUi1cc> (consultato il 10 maggio 2019). La trascrizione dell’intervista è disponibile su <https://www.academia.edu/37134702/Intervista_su_Architettura_e_Neuroscienze_con_Sarah_Robinson> (consultato il 10 maggio 2019).

Published
2019-06-23
How to Cite
[1]
L. Marcolini, “Drawing and the Invisible”, diségno, no. 4, pp. 117-126, Jun. 2019.
Section
Means and Media of Representation and Visual Culture