Each of these spaces reveals personal suffering; they are authentic and tangible links to the past. From a scenographic perspective they provide an evocative tool for understanding the turbulent history. In recognising them as true places of memory, a scenographer assigns these intimate spaces a leading role in tracing the notion of the post-war melancholic identity.
Seen as scenographic afterimages, they allow a view into intimate spaces that have been ravaged by war, and social and political trauma.
In this respect, the intimate becomes monumental.
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