Walkscapes walking as an aesthetic practice by francesco careri was originally published in a dual language spanish english edition in 2002 and republished in 2012 only in spanish both times by editorial gustavo gili sl in barcelonawhen careri gave a lecture about his research on walking and its impact on contemporary culture and society in rome italy in 2016 culicidae press editor . The significance of walking in human culture is best described by f careri in his book walkscapes by modifying the sense of space crossed walking becomes mans first aesthetic act penetrating . From the introduction by gilles a tiberghien in walkscapes francesco careri does more than write a book on walking considered as a critical tool an obvious way of looking at landscape and as a form of emergence of a certain kind of art and architecture. In walkscapes francesco careri explores the act of walking taking a deeper look at three important moments of passage in art history all absolutely familiar to historians in which an experience linked to walking represented a turning point these are the passages from dada to surrealism 1921 1924 from the lettrist international to the situationist international 1956 1. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a page see actions taken by the people who manage and post content
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