This book of interviews has a parallel structure: on one level it describes the careers of fifteen artists of Italian origin; on another level, invisible and subterranean, it depicts the life of the Italian community in Montreal which, instead of being interpreted, interprets, instead of being a passive object becomes a subject active in and through history, reflecting and refracting it in the course of its own metamorphosis, like the phoenix dying in the night and rising again in the morning. Persons interviewed: Francesco Iacurto, Guido Molinari, Mario Merola, Vittorio Fiorucci, Tonino Caticchio, Camillo Carli, Flippo Salvatore, Marco Fraticelli, Mary Malfi, Mario Campo, Paul Tana, Dominique De Pasquale, Marco Micone, Antonio D'Alfonso, and lamberto Tassinari.Essay. Series. Anselmi, William, and Gouliamos, Kosta. Mediating Culture. l 994. Anselmi, William, and Gouliamos, Kosta. Elusive Margins. 1997. Arnopoulos ... Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada. 1989. Pivato, Joseph.
|Title||:||Interviews with the Phoenix|
|Publisher||:||Guernica Editions - 1998-01-01|