'Overlapping Territories, Intertwined Histories’ in Postcolonial Art

Michaela Quadraro (Università di Napoli - Italia; Ricercatrice, scrittrice)

Abstract

Abstract:

Questo saggio si ispira alle cartografie complicate e alle mappe instabili del mondo contemporaneo; sulla scia della connotazione geografica della ricerca di Edward Said, l’articolo intende riflettere in primo luogo sul valore critico della visualità in quanto spazio in cui i significati sono prodotti e contestati, e poi offrire un’esplorazione più ravvicinata dei territori dell’arte. In particolare, emergendo da un orizzonte postcoloniale di migrazione e ibridità, i lavori artistici che danno corpo all’analisi propongono una mappa di attraversamenti multipli e contribuiscono all’immaginazione di archivi alternativi.

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