EURA ( European Urban Research Association) 2022 Conference : “Defrag-Europe : fragility/antifragility at play in contemporary Europe” – Politecnico di Milano (Italie) – 15 au 18 juin 2022
Le colloque EURA (European Urban Research Association) 2022 : “Defrag-Europe : fragility/antifragility at play in contemporary Europe” aura lieu à Milan du 15 au 18 juin 2022.
Ce colloque esst organisé par Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies.
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The 2022 EURA Conference promotes critical reflection on various processes of fragilization, which imposes distress on places and people, particularly in Europe, evidently tightly related to the global transition that the world is experiencing. The event invites scholars to dare challenge mainstream concepts and approaches, promoting transdisciplinary research and contributing to feeding a new policy agenda based on anti-fragility policies.
01 – Marginalized territories of Europe
02 – Mobilities, accessibility and proximity
03 – Regenerating urbanity
04 – Institutions politics and policies between crisis and transitions
05 – Governance of transition
06 – Sustainability as a challenge, within an integrated perspective
07 – Material welfare, inequalities and territorial fragilization
08 – Fragile heritage sites in a globalizing world
09 – University, urban research and public engagement
10 – Economies and territories at risk
11 – Recovery and next generation EU observatory
Contribution membre UMR AUSser
Marina Rotolo (membre associée IPRAUS/AUSser) : intervention dans “08 – Fragile heritage sites in a globalizing world” :
Titre : Heritage as creative material
Résumé : The paper questions heritage representation based on the case of Matera, European Capital of Culture in 2019. More specifically, the paper will focus on a flagship project of the cultural year: the I-DEA project, Institute Demo-Ethno-Anthropology. We will discuss the vision of heritage carried by this new labelling, particularly with regard to the material and immaterial resources that it mobilises. We will show that this project reveals a shift towards an alternative form of cultural places. Indeed, it questions the concept of museum – more specifically, the ecomuseum – and proposes a new artistic approach. In this perspective, the I-DEA moves away from the spatial dimension to favour a decontextualised approach that uses digital technologies to reinterpret local heritage. From then on, we can observe a reversal of the representation of heritage through cultural labelling. This conception of heritage is also rooted in a context of globalisation of cultural production where material and immaterial archives become a material to be mobilised among other possible supports. This approach transforms heritage into an object of consumption and production at the service of a city that is part of the network of attractive cultural metropolises.