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This article has been published in: Ocula 13, Architecture and Political Discourse: crossing perspectives

author: Stefano Carlucci (Università di Bari (IT))

The Stucco Flower

language: italian

publication date: August 2012

abstract: The core of his research paths is theater, considered in its two main components: its physical materialization, the buildings and sites conceived to contain the theatrical event (semiotics of theater architecture) and the dialogue relationship between authors/actors/audience.
These issues originate from the work done in the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza (1999). Stefano Carlucci also collaborates with the Department of Mechanics, Politecnico di Milano, for the realization of a research project aimed to point out the possible points of contact between forensic engineering and semiotics.

keywords: architettura, teatro, theater architecture, reproduction/betrayal, everyday life/spectacle, architecture

Articolo di S. Carlucci ➞ PDF [2,597Mb]

DOI: 10.12977/ocula18

citation information: Stefano Carlucci, Il Fiore di Stucco, "Ocula", vol.13, n.13, August 2012. DOI: 10.12977/ocula18


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