Ephemeral Arts Connection 2012



Gabriele Mulè (Mazara del Vallo, 1978), architect, landscape and garden historian, is learned in Economics of cultural tourism. He is author of plans of cultural heritage management, active scholar in the field of the historical identity of sicilian landscape and gardens, conducting innovative studies: Imperfect Eden. Time and space in the idea of spring (Mazara, 2007); The identity durable. Constant qualities of the landscape of western Sicily in the descriptions of foreign travelers (Trapani 2008); Landscape revealed. Grand Tour’s travel experience as revelation of the landscape (Agrigento 2008); MUMA Foundation. A management model for the development of cultural heritage (with A.Aliffi, Palermo 2010). In 2011, with his research The extended Garden. Sicilian landscape as an english garden, he was one of the five selected speakers for the symposium New research in Garden History held by The Garden History Society, “the oldest society in the world dedicated to the conservation and study of historic designed gardens and landscapes” (Keele University, 2011).


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