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Giordano, Sandro, Il mestiere di Carlo Scarpa: collaboratori, artigiani e committenti, relatori: F. Dal Co, G. Mazzariol. Doctorate Thesis (Venezia: IUAV: Istituto universitario di architettura di Venezia, 1984). Hairston, Julia L. and Walter Stephens (eds), The Double Life of St. Sebastian in Renaissance Art: The Body in Early Modern Italy (Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010). Klee, Paul, Notebooks, Volume 1, The Thinking Eye, trans. R. Manheim (London: Lund Humphries, 1961).
Oxford English Dictionary, Online Dictionary, Oxford University Press, 2014. com [accessed 25 August, 2014]. ” Klee, Notebooks: Volume 1, The Thinking Eye, p. 69. Material Intuitions 27 19 I thank Guido Pietropoli for telling me this beautiful story in my quest to learn about Carlo Scarpa’s nose. 20 Underberg website. html [accessed 2 November, 2014]. 21 Holly Dugan states the reports of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine of 2004 as key for describing the complexity of smell for research and science as well as for cultural studies.
However, the notion of the nose as a device for grasping the creative genius can be counterbalanced by looking at Scarpa’s practices and the recognition of both common and exceptional everyday life events as potions for cultivating the imagination. 14 Although Klee’s drawing portrays the Swiss artist with an open nose, it has closed eyes, mouth and no ears. 4 Paul Klee, nach der Zeichnung (“After the Drawing”), 19/75, 1919, 113. 5 Gianni Berengo Gardin. Venezia, Allestimento Biennale XXXIV: “Linee della ricerca: dall’informale alle nuove strutture,” Padiglione Italia.