Epigrafia urbana. Comunicazione plurilingue sui muri di Roma (in tempo di COVID)

Cadeddu, Maria Eugenia and Arizza, Marco and Tulli, Vittorio (2020) Epigrafia urbana. Comunicazione plurilingue sui muri di Roma (in tempo di COVID). In: Migrazioni di virus. Numeri e linguaggi. Plurilinguismo e Migrazioni (PLURIMI) (2). Cnr Edizioni, Roma, pp. 97-127. ISBN 978 88 8080 422 2

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In Rome street artists were deeply involved in the representation of the Coronavirus pandemic and in the different aspects of the lockdown. They touched and themed several sensitive issues, such as the rules of social distancing and protective devices, the role of healthcare personnel, fake news, the relationship between human beings and nature and animals. They also examined human feelings and emotions, in particular the sense of worry and isolation along with the positive of resilience, solidarity and hope. The paper presents a selection of the richness of street art in Rome during the pandemic aiming to identify works by different authors and styles; this research is related to the project cnr Urban epigraphy. Multilingual communication on the walls of Rome.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: Fa parte della collana Plurilinguismo e Migrazioni (PLURIMI) ISSN 2724-1033
Uncontrolled Keywords: Rome, street art, covid-19
Subjects: 300 Scienze sociali > 303 Processi sociali > 303.4 Processi sociali - Cambiamento sociale > 303.48 Processi sociali - Cambiamento sociale – Cause del cambiamento > 303.485 Processi sociali - Cambiamento sociale – Catastrofi (Include le epidemie, le guerre, i terremoti)
700 Arti, Belle arti e Arti decorative > 750 Pittura
Depositing User: Sara Di Marcello
Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2021 10:53
Last Modified: 22 Mar 2021 10:53
URI: http://eprints.bice.rm.cnr.it/id/eprint/20949

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