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Questo libro fotografico è il risultato di un sopralluogo avvenuto nel Luglio del 2010 presso valle del Belice, in Sicilia, oggetto di un devastante terremoto avvenuto nel 1968. L'opera nasce da una riflessione sull'assoluta inadeguatezza con cui lo Stato e le amministrazioni locali fecero fronte all'emergenza e alla successiva ripresa. Con l'aiuto di uno stratagemma linguistico che sottolinea la netta presa di posizione dell'autore, anch'egli Siciliano, viene messa in luce attraverso le immagini l'assurda utopia urbanistica che fu concepita per la ricostruzione delle zone disastrate.

TESTI INTERNI IN LINGUA ITALIANA E INGLESE

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This photo book is the result of an investigation that took place in July 2010 at the Belice Valley in Sicily, which suffered a devastating earthquake in 1968. The work arises from a reflection on the absolute inadequacy with which the central and local government faced the emergency and the subsequent recovery. With the help of a linguistic ploy which emphasizes the clear position of the author, himself a Sicilian, the images highlight the absurd urban utopia that was designed for the rebuilt of the disaster areas.

INSIDE TEXTS IN ENGLISH AND ITALIAN LANGUAGE

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About the Author

Marco Ristuccia
mristuccia Italy
Marco Ristuccia was born in Syracuse (Italy) in 1971. He took the first photos with his father's camera, immediately falling in love with this powerful means of communication. In 1989 he moved to Turin to attend the Polytechnic Institute and receive a Master Degree in Computer Engineering. This technical background provided him with a particular inclination towards deep conceptual analysis and strong formal balance. In 2009 he decided to pursue the photographic career, quit his old job and moved to Milan where he specialized by attending the Superior Professional Course offered by the Italian Institute of Photography.

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