Prodotti culturali e territori: l'immateriale che vive nella materialità
In recent years the relationship between culture and territory has been the subject of increasing interest, in relation to the fact that culture, in its broadest sense, is now widely recognized as a key resource for economic development and competitiveness.
Especially considered in its relationship with territory, culture immaterial – lives in materiality, in that it creates, regenerates, settles in people, in relationships, in artifacts, in institutions, and also in organizations and in products.
How does an area offer culture, i.e. create it, preserve it, make it usable? A vision that builds on the possible forms of cultural products, and on the resources and processes that make them possible, can contribute to the understanding of viable ways to exploit potential that certainly cannot emerge and develop spontaneously.