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Thematic and flux issues

Ocula 29 | Flux 2024

edited by the editorial staff

Public Art and Urban Spaces

editor Annalisa Cattani, Fabrizio Rivola, Federico Montanari and Ruggero Ragonese

Ocula 27 | Flux 2023

edited by the editorial staff
January 2024  |  in italian  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
Numerous scholars have debated the transmediality of Gomorrah - The Series, offering varying opinions. The thesis we aim to support is that this is a case of incomplete transmediality, primarily due to gaps in Sky Italia's promotional strategies, especially concerning social media. |... ⇲

January 2024  |  in english  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
Against the backdrop of the general logic and rhetoric of conspiracy theories, an analysis of the Soros Myth will provide some additional perspective to the question of what makes such constructions attractive to the eyes of their followers. On the one hand, the appeal of conspirac |... ⇲

December 2023  |  in italian  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
This contribution aims to investigate the relationship between fashion and media in today’s digital age. It analyses the main effects of this pairing, which, under the name of fashion-media, investigates the relationship between fashion and media consumption, analyses elements of t |... ⇲

December 2023  |  in italian  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
The television miniseries Watchmen (HBO, 2019) is a particularly complex narrative product. The miniseries is inspired by the graphic novel of the same title by Alan Moore and David Gibbons and was created by writer, producer, and cartoonist David Lindelof - known as co-writer and  |... ⇲

December 2023  |  in italian  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
If Emilio Garroni in his important study of 1975 (Pinocchio uno e bino) proposed considering Pinocchio as two novels in one, the first – called Pinocchio I – which goes from chapter I to chapter XV and ends with the hanging of the puppet, and the second, called Pinocchio II, which  |... ⇲

November 2023  |  in italian  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
This essay offers the reader a series of reflections on medicines as technical objects, objects of use, and artefacts coping with the corporeality of the patient as a user. Since the intent here is not to propose or validate a theory, medications are mainly devoted descriptive atte |... ⇲

September 2023  |  in italian  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
This article focuses on a few recent publications, all of them devoted to a new semiotic intepretation of Pasolini’s theoretical works on cinema. It provides a short summary of the ancient debate between Pasolini and semioticians, then offering an overview of those recent publicati |... ⇲

February 2023  |  in english  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
Modern forms of communication, such as audiovisual products, are widely used for representing different cultures and lands marking the passage from the purely written form to the multimodal one. Such representations become globally accessible thanks to translation that can represen |... ⇲

April 2022  |  in spanish  |   METADATA  |  ➞ PDF
The distance between us by Reyna Grande is a Latin-American Bildungsroman, which focuses on the linguistic issue stemming from the tension between a point of departure – Mexicanity – and the final destination - the interaction with the United States. This feminine memoir explores t |... ⇲

Il senso della pace
editor Francesco Galofaro   |  December 2023
editor Cinzia Bianchi   |  May 2023
editor Redazione Ocula   |  January 2021
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In virtù della propria "capacità semiotica", può l'Homo sapiens immaginare e prospettare modi di produzione e forme soc |...➞
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