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Title: Il giardino d'artista un'opera d'arte totale
Authors: Cristallini, Elisabetta
Keywords: Editoria;Publishing;Editoria digitale;Digital publishing;Paul Wiedmer;La Serpara;Giardini d'artista;Artist's Garden;Arte e natura;Art in nature;Arte ambientale;Environmental art
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
Source: E. Cristallini, "Il giardino d'artista: un'opera d'arte totale", in AA.VV., 'La Serpara. Il giardino di/Der Garten von/The Garden of Paul Wiedmer', Heidelberg, Kehrer (Germany), 2007 (volume italiano/tedesco/inglese), pp. 10-12.
Il saggio tratta del fenomeno dei parchi/giardini d'artista quale ultima variante della tendenza di quelle pratiche artistiche che, dal futurismo in poi, hanno puntato a stabilire una serie di relazioni fisiche e percettive tra l'opera e lo spazio ambientale. In particolare, tra i giardini d'artista presenti nella Tuscia, viene analizzato La Serpara di Paul Wiedmer a Civitella d'Agliano (Viterbo). In the era of globalization and biotechnology, of the deconstruction of codes and statutes, of the reconsideration of values and certainties, the phenomenon of artists' parks/gardens is establishing itself as the latest variation in the trend of artistic practices that, from futurism onwards, have aimed to establish a series of physical and perceptive relationships between works of art and envirinmental space (building, city, territory). Paul Wiedmer's garden La Serpara in Civitella d'Agliano near Viterbo is an interesting example.
ISBN: 978-3-936 636-02-4
Rights: If not otherwise stated, this document is distributed by the Tuscia University Open Archive under a Creative Commons 2.0 Attribution - Noncommercial - Noderivs License (
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