Atlas of Shame: A Collective Psychoanalytic Session for European Architecture

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The Atlas of Shame represents the world through the relationships between inhabited space, architecture and the feeling of shame. The book touches 40 countries through 8 themes and asks the reader to reflect and question, social, political, economic, cultural reasons that make us qualify and perceive negatively a building, a city, a neighbourhood. The Atlas is an attempt to measure the values that gather or divide our time, where the meter used is the judgment we give to the ways of living and building space. By combining "the most social of emotions" with the "most social of the arts", the Atlas draws a geography of collective values and emotions; a map of world territories on the border between the intimate and the universal. AUTHOR: Artist and architect, "Architecture of Shame" project director. He teaches sociology for architecture and urban sociology at Univ. of Florence Department of Architecture where he also holds the Social innovation and public art module within the graduated master Futuro Vegetale: plants, social innovation and design. Focus of his research are the relationships between social science, architecture and art. He has been fellow at MIT Art, Culture and Technology program in Boston and is part of the LabSo Sociological Laboratory on Design, Architecture and Territory. He is one of the co-founders Studio ++ artists group with which he has exhibited in Italy and abroad. 18 illustrations

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