The San Berillo web serie doc is the product of an audio-visual laboratory led by Maria Arena, a visual artist, in the San Berillo neighbourhood in Catania – practically a no man’s land mostly inhabited by mi- grants and sex workers. By promoting relational dynamics on the basis of shared experiences, this for- mat successfully portrays the existential trajectories of a community trying to rehabilitate its way of life through fertile practices of urban renewal. The series’ two seasons combine the fluidity and simplicity of the web with the in-depth gaze of a documentary, thus offering an innovative map of bodies and stories. This presentation aims to rewire the queer poetics which inspired t

Tra ingorghi di desideri. Corpi in transito nel sistema audiovisivo di San Berillo

rimini stefania
2019

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The San Berillo web serie doc is the product of an audio-visual laboratory led by Maria Arena, a visual artist, in the San Berillo neighbourhood in Catania – practically a no man’s land mostly inhabited by mi- grants and sex workers. By promoting relational dynamics on the basis of shared experiences, this for- mat successfully portrays the existential trajectories of a community trying to rehabilitate its way of life through fertile practices of urban renewal. The series’ two seasons combine the fluidity and simplicity of the web with the in-depth gaze of a documentary, thus offering an innovative map of bodies and stories. This presentation aims to rewire the queer poetics which inspired t
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