A parallel of ruins and landscapes pairs two extensive fieldworks that unfolded in the past fifty years in the American West: the first by Reyner Banham, and the second by Ludovico Centis. Banham’s research, developed since the late 1960s, was manifested in its translation into the 1979 BBC documentary Roads to El Dorado: A Journey with Reyner Banham, and later realized as a book in 1982, Scenes in America Deserta. Centis’ contemporary fieldwork, developed since 2013, is framed by his ongoing research on the spaces related to the American nuclear legacy—particularly the Manhattan Project.
|Titolo:||A parallel of ruins and landscapes|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Monografia,Trattato scientifico|