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Author(s): Januário, Susana
Guerra, Paula
Title: Overflowing days : flows and routes in/of the portuguese urban culture
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: This research - beginning in 2017 - has as main objective understanding a whole set of agents/events/demonstrations/artifacts/fruitions which have been acting as producers/ translators/commutators/transmitters of new Portuguese contemporary urban culture. They are overflowing artistic, social and territorial borders, which gives them uniqueness in the current processes of reconfiguration of identities. This implies an approach of a set of actors/settings/scenes that have been developing activities since the beginning of XXI century in the different cities of the country with particular impact at the crossroads of arts, territories (local, global and translocal) and identities, whose interventions constitute themselves as relevant cultural agents in a perspective of glocalization. We are considering cultural and social spaces with a local basis, which are territorially embedded and with a significant identity nature, whose processes and dynamics will provide a new dimension to explore Portuguese culture, once overflowed to other territories and dimensions (international, for example). Keywords: scenes, creativity, territories, arts, translocal.
Subject: Ciências Sociais
Social sciences
Source: Keep it simple, make it fast! : an approach to underground music scenes. Volume 3
Document Type: Capítulo ou Parte de Livro
Rights: openAccess
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