Milano – Friday 11 June 2021, at 19.00, on Shared Garden in Via Scaldasole, in via Scalasole 10-12 in Milan, hosts the presentation of the collections of poems What does it take to catch fire by Livia Bonetti e The noise of the latest T-Rex by Lorenzo Cianchi, both born within the project writing The Notebooks of the Suburbs, which wants to investigate and decline the theme of the periphery.
Milano – Peripheral it is all that lives on the perimeter, the farthest from a center, in a space where the rules have larger meshes and the greatest possibility of being. The two collections of poems are the result of a two-way writing experiment Lorenzo Cianchi e Livia Bonetti in collaboration with the sociologist Arianna Mainardi. The poetic word, which synthetically knows how to transpose, becomes an instrument of investigation and a kaleidoscope that multiplies the visions, the sociological analysis opens paths where there are only daily tangles.
This event was updated with new information on 06/08/2021 at 3:05 pm.
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