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La primavera torinese: arti performative e intercultura fra nuove politiche e nuove pratiche

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journal COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI
issue COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2019 - 1. Playing Inclusion
title La primavera torinese: arti performative e intercultura fra nuove politiche e nuove pratiche
authors
publisher Vita e Pensiero
format Article | Pdf
online since 05-2019
doi 001200_000048
issn 03928667 (print) | 18277969 (digital)
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The city of Turin is a privileged place in which to observe the relationship between performative practices and interculturalism, according to a perspective of social inclusion. This paper aims to map and analyse some of the most significant experiences that, during Spring 2018, have promoted the theme of a multiethnic and multicultural community, by means of different strategies and tools. The study draws on a series of case studies, from the ‘choreographic frescoes’ of Virgilio Sieni who represented, on May 1st, in Torino|Ballo 1945, a community of people of all ages, social backgrounds and origins – to Border Tales by Luca Silvestrini – which investigates the dynamics of multicultural integration in the London of the new millennium, in its most stereotyped forms. Likewise, Gabriele Vacis’ Cuore/Tenebra is the first performative outcome of a series of actions promoted by the Teatro Stabile di Torino. Finally, the article focuses in particular on the processes of social construction through the arts that emerge from the projects of Turinese winners of the Migr-Arti Call promoted by MiBAC, including Alma Teatro’s La Giovine Italia, Associazione Didee – arti e comunicazione’s Altri racconti and Il mondo in una stanza by the Social Community Theatre Centre | UniTo. In the light of these experiences, the city stage puts the performing arts to the test in their challenge to put a cultural policy of reception and inclusion of migrants into practice.

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Contemporary dance; inclusion; interculture; performing arts; storytelling

Authors biography

ritamaria.fabris@unito.it; emanuele.giannasca@unito.it

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