Bindi, Valerio: "All’ombra delle foglie. Fumetto – città – eterotopia." In: Controspazio 117 (2005).
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Keywords: Architecture, City, Foucault. Michel, Space
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The comic strip system is a topological media. A form of lettering articulated in the signing space of representation, a narrative medium of dislocation. Comic strip figures are written as well as drawn, are arranged in the two-dimensional space of the project and exist in the void of the time frame of the comic, creating a link, a chain: the contour of the story. A strong interface, full of white spaces, hourglasses where time organises its story. Comics belong to the theoretical framework of heterotopia, and this fact is validated by each of the six principles identified by Foucault.
The link between comics and architecture is in the depth of the system, in the social code and in the space/time design as well as in the changes that capital creates in the fabric. The big urban comic strips arrange loads of structures like juxtaposed panels and use the same topological order.
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