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Appel à communication : University and Diversity: The Bolognese Experience

portrait de Carlo Cesare Malvasia (1616 – 1693), avant 1693, Bologne, Université de Bologne.

Type : Appel à communication

Date limite de l’appel : 1er mai 2017

Date de la manifestation : 6 – 14 octobre 2017

Lieu : Florence, Studienkurs of the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut

University and Diversity: The Bolognese Experience (1088-2017)

In 2013, the Municipality of Bologna set up a competition to find a logo that represents ‘at a local, national and international level’ all the ‘features and elements that make up the face of the city’. The winning project ‘è Bologna’ provides a visual translation of the endless perceptions of the city, linking letters to geometrical forms inspired by archetypical Bolognese images, such as the city walls and the brick mosaic of Santo Stefano. By typing a script, these forms are superimposed with fixed proportions and chromatic relationships. Thus, written words generate different but related signs that render the ‘multiplicity of elements which describe Bologna’. Continuer la lecture