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Playing this game, I found my name on Alison Young's latest book. And here is the fascinating part of the sto- ry: I felt so grateful in finding not what I was not looking for, a citation, but the sign I was considered part of Alison's group of friends and colleagues interested in Urban Creativity, that I de- cided I had to show my gratefulness in some way.
To do this in Comunicazionepuntodoc is a choice that goes beyond the mere possibility of having my review approved on a journal I had the chance to work at from its very beginning. It is the at- tempt to connect two experiments that had a big influence in my life and work. So, it has been a challenge not only to try to work on it, starting from an acade- mic background that was that of political communication and sociology of journalism, but even more to try to animate a Study Center on Urban Creativity, with my friend and colleague Luca Borriello and the scientific direction of Professors Mario Morcel- lini and Valeria Giordano in Sapienza University in Rome and Luciano D'Amico at the University of Teramo.
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Or unexpected issues, such as the possibilities offered by the transition of the traditional urban context to a landscape made of smart cities, with a perspective that is sociological and critical more than technological and enthusiastic. So, I could not find a better place to write about Alison Young's book.
What is this book about? The answer, from the very first lines of Chapter One, is illicit writing in public space.
It has a political meaning, since its appearance on the city walls leads citizens to focus their atten- tion on their own urban territory, whether to find some magic in it or to think of its decay. It deals with law and morals, since we are talking about illicit artworks, finding their strength in their unexpected impertinence Borriello, Ruggiero that somehow includes the impossibility of being authorized; artworks that can be read both as a warning about the possibility of vandali- sm in an apathetic-looking community Kelling, Wilson and as a possibility to re-qualify an area and the quality of its life1.
By presenting the various features of street artworks whether graffiti, stencils, paste-ups or stickers , Alison Young underlines its situationality: This latter figure allows not only to find clear assonances betwe- en the sense of street art and the link between metropolis and mental life Simmel pointed out, but also to give a broader sense to the rituals of re-enchantment of the city's life theorized by Maffesoli But focusing on the neighborhood, Maffesoli situates these processes of so- cialization in the interstices of society.
Applied to street art and urban creativity, the process turns into its opposite, for it is the opposite side of the dialectic between power and society to bring to public attention an artwork that expresses its necessarily precarious relationship with public space and legality.
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