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Lucia Saetta e Cristina Vannini Parenti (a cura di), Blog & Nuvole. Un incontro tra la scrittura della rete e l’arte del fumetto.
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: Lucia Saetta e Cristina Vannini Parenti (a cura di), Blog & Nuvole. Un incontro tra la scrittura della rete e l’arte del fumetto.
Il Gesù di Stracci
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2010,
Abstract: Il Gesù di Stracci (Tomaso Subini, Pier Paolo Pasolini. La ricotta, Torino, Lindau, 2009, pp.221, ISBN 978-88-7180-814-7) di Nicoletta Vallorani
Path(o)s of Mourning. Memory, Death and the Invisible Body in Derek Jarman’s Blue
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2010,
Abstract: The essay addresses two quite complex issues. The first one is the virulence of the hostility toward gay men that the AIDS pandemic has released: this is the backdrop against which Jarman's extended elaboration and mourning for his own death is performed, after his diagnosis as body-positive in 1986. The second issue links to the open question of public mourning and its relation to AIDS in the early 90s, when the AIDS epidemic is not at its height, but it is certainly more visible than before, and many artists register the impact of the new sensibility this medical and social emergency actually moulds. Considering a specific time span (the 90s) and focusing mostly on cinema a strategic, privileged arena where gay cultures resist to social and cultural sanctions, this work elaborates on how AIDS as a deathly social and cultural destiny has suggested strategies of mournings that introduce new artistic practices. The analysis is specifically focused on Derek Jarman's last works, culminating in the film Blue (1993).
A. Pajalich, Il bianco, il nero, il colore. Cinema dell’Impero Britannico e delle sue ex colonie (1929-1972).
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: A. Pajalich, Il bianco, il nero, il colore. Cinema dell’Impero Britannico e delle sue ex colonie (1929-1972).
Alan Moore and the Migrating Art of Comics. Nicoletta Vallorani interviews Annalisa Di Liddo
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: Alan Moore and the Migrating Art of Comics. Nicoletta Vallorani interviews Annalisa Di Liddo
Ted Polhemus e Pierfrancesco Pacoda, La rivolta dello stile.
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: Ted Polhemus e Pierfrancesco Pacoda, La rivolta dello stile.
Adalgisa Giorgio (ed.), Writing Mothers & Daughters. Renegotiating the Mother in Western Narratives by Women
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2010,
Abstract: Adalgisa Giorgio (ed.), Writing Mothers & Daughters. Renegotiating the Mother in Western Narratives by Women (New York & Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2002, pp.258 ISBN1-57181-341-1) di Nicoletta Vallorani
Il Golem in Moon Boots: storie americane al tempo di Obama
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2010,
Abstract: Il Golem in Moon Boots: storie americane al tempo di Obama (Marco Sioli, American Golem. Lo spazio e il tempo degli Stati Uniti, Como - Pavia, Ibis, 2001, 2009, pp.251, ISBN978-88-7164-301-4) di Nicoletta Vallorani
The Alien in Greenwich - Iain Sinclair & the Millennium Dome
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: This essays looks at Sorry Meniscus Excursions to the Millennium Dome (Profile Books, 1999), by I Sinclair. The book collects two ";;Expeditions to the building site on Bugsby's Marshes";;, made in 1997 and 1999 and commissioned by the London Review of Books. The two resulting essays were published first separately, on the review, and then in a volume by Profile Books. The booklet is a curious meditation on the metropolis that is the sinclairian life-project, and it focuses on the most recent urban enterprise that can be labelled as an experiment in selling fake history for a fake political credit, giving voice to a fraud born and thriving in the fairyland of Blair's New Labour. Sinclair's journey also shows how any urban imagination, when applied to London, tends to become curiously self-directed: it acquires its own life, and, as the creature of Frankenstein, it claims its own right to narrate its story. Sinclair proves to be very good at listening to this story, and even better at re-narrating it, trying not to intrude too much and keeping the voice of the city as clean as possible. And in this case, it is the voice of an alien.
Piccole storie armene: Deserto nero e altri viaggi
Nicoletta Vallorani
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: Piccole storie armene: Deserto nero e altri viaggi
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