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Testo in lingua latina. Oltre 1. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. Vocabolario della lingua italiana : Nicola Zingarelli He had an insight: ancestors in the past would have chisel and made all of these shapes as a rite and then threw them into the water when they wanted to cross the river as a sign of good luck.
From interview with Luigi Lineri 17 th of May The shapes he classifies as a symbol of the past and the origins of the place where he lives. Human faces, masculine phallus, aquatic birds, fish, sheep,dog, horse, the great mother, feminine symbol, pig, cow, tools, these are the most important shapes for him. I just believe that I must save these shapes; and I want to do it for my community. It doesn't matter if most of the people don't understand.
They are all marginal people. For example, the vagabond that decided to leave his country and started to travel all over the world yet he doesn't want to visit the cities.
He just wants to spend time in wild nature. He started travelling after a tragedy in his life occurred. His wife and kid died in a car accident and he was left alone.
He usually does not work; he collects fruits and vegetables from plants and goes fishing in the rivers he finds. He has decided to live life in a different way from what modernity offers. Damiano is a meditator who is not in the film, but I think he helps completing the depiction of the river itself. I met him for the first time when I went to shoot the sunset. He was spending time with his girlfriend along the river, they were both meditating. Damiano is seriously ill with diabetes and Alexadra, his girlfriend, is from Romania, has some troubles with her bones.
They told me whole story about how did they start mediating and how did they meet each others. You just have yourself as last option. We found meditation as a redemption from sickness, poverty and death. The place they choose for meditating is the only peaceful area around Zevio, their village. They also told me that the flowing of the river makes them sharing their thoughts with the entire nature.
They need nature to practise their meditation. Their way of reacting to illness is very unusual. People usually do not find refuge in nature in these countryside of Verona: instead they keep distance from it and they trust doctors and hospitals most.
Their condition of being outsiders made them spend time along the riverbanks alone, meditating and discovering something about themselves. It seems that modernity persuades us to spend more time with people instead of spending time with ourselves. Moktar, the homeless from Tunisia, on the other hand, ended up in this situation without his willing.
He had a job but after his injury, his boss gave him the boot. The Italian law prescribes a disability pension for on-the-job- injured people.
Yet due to corruptions, black labours or jobs without contracts, people sometimes do no apply this laws. There are many unclear points in his interviews, but it is clear that he does not have a house to stay or money to live. He lost his trust in people or institutions, and now he is spending time alone along the river.
The majority of the city's community does not talk with these marginal people. The outsiders simply seemed dangerous or wired.
The Adige river somehow attracts these kinds of people more than others. Blurred borders. Exaggerated beauty. They are not inert containers, they are local and multiple as well as voices. They are forged of culture and history. For each inhabitant a place has a unique reality. Rodman, Rodman also wrote that understanding social constructions about space and place could empower place conceptually.
It is important to gain understanding about the relation between a group and its spaces in order to have a more complete idea of it. Even in total stillness, places may seem to speak, and sometimes they only express what their animators enable them to say. There is a difference between space and place.
In fact different people will perceive a place different ways.
A place is what people think and feel about the place, its history, its origin and identity. Non-places do not have any identidarian or historical relations with people. Nowadays supermodernity changes our perception of spaces, places and time. We have now a huge number of non-places where we go weekly. Yet, how does it change our life?
How did non-places change life of the south of Verona's countryside? How does people feel about places and non-places now? First of all the Adige river is for sure a place because is plenty of identitarian and historical relations.
I might say that people are, little by little, abandoning places in order to spend time in non-places. Non-places seems to give people false security and false sense of community.
Supermodernity are pushing us to abandon places. Lineri's artwork is an attempt to drive us back to our origin, the river where in the past the whole collectivity used to live and spend time.
I would say that the supermodernity has change our way of relating with place and non- places. This seems to have happened in the countryside of Verona as well. Even if these villages are very small, most of the people now prefer to spend more time in non-places than in places.
I had the feeling that the Adige river is a place of memory, being there means almost spend time with ourselves, far from any bars, pubs or other crowd spaces. Places consist in what we get from them, in which feelings we perceive from them. On the other hand few people found the same place as great inspirational locations where stay can in peace and build their artwork or simply survive.
With his courage he built a great artwork in place where not many people would appreciate it. He is digging into himself and in his territory in order to re-evaluate it. I may say that he had the chance to see his home town differently thanks to his different point of view.
Life of people, nature and places are woven together. Lineri is telling us the story of his land and with these overlapping shapes, he is teaching us how to look at everything around us. He is teaching us that there are holy animals such as fish and sheep, which helped his ancestors surviving.
He is teaching us that fish gave his ancestors food and we should be thankful for that. He is saying that nowadays there are not much fish and we should be concerned about it. He is telling us that the river is the great mother: thanks to her, everything was created and it is better not to mistreat her.
Salvioni, Di A. Verani, Continuazione del Nuovo giornale de' letterati d'Italia, Modena s. Zambetti, La Val Calepio illustrata, Bergamo , p. Mazzi, A. Alcuni appunti bibliografici.
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