Lavorare con la pietra a secco: sei giorni di campo scuola in Valle d'Itria.


Uploaded by valleditriainvideo on 11.08.2011

Transcript:
Pasquale Lodeserto: " Here we would like a stone, you note that here we have a leak, here another escape...
so this you remove it and put a stone that will stretch from here, that goes above and you'll go far "
Andrea: "Hello I’m Andrea, he is Michele, we won the project Prinicipi Attivi 2010...
with an association that we have called Ran Rete di Architetture Naturali...
the project focuses around the creation of a network of people, organizations and associations...
that deal with the natural architecture in optical self-assembling, with the goal of environmental sustainability...
then to achieve the spread of these principles we decided to create a first part of the project...
based on the formation, then the various training courses; this is the first training course on the stone walls...
to try to spread this technique to those that cannot go to a site...
maybe because they have a different life, because they are more great, but having a bit of land...
or simply they want to understand how the walls dry and dry-stone...
and then later be able to replicate in optical self-assembling these techniques...
without the havoc and then managing to maintain in the territory an aesthetics ...
and also the diffusion of simple principles that are the basis of this job.
The project will continue with other training courses, and when these courses will end ...
we will continue through the network of people who came together, through these courses ...
we will continue with training a little different, not a master to teach to others ...
but a working group in which different themes can be dry-stone, lime ...
or soft stone carving, continue through groups of job training in horizontal way...
then help someone else, go to his land, lend a hand to fix a wall or the plaster at the bottom...
and then continue out from a business perspective, but in associative optical...
therefore the dissemination of these principles. This course was organized through collaboration...
of two associations: Ran Rete Architetture Naturali and Tre Ruote Ebbro...
Ran was the winner of Principi Attivi 2010, and Tre Ruote Ebbro instead gave us the seat ...
and collaboration of all the practical organization of the course, in fact we are here to Locorotondo in Contrada Groffoleo...
in their own home, where we have doing this wall dry that slowly we will continue."
Pasquale Lodeserto: "I’m Pasquale Lodeserto, a teacher of several years...
and I was instructed to make this course of dry stone walls at the association...
to make way for a dozen young people fromvarious parts of the region and then by Martina Franca...
Conversano, Castellana, Bari, Bitonto...guys who want to learn...
the ancient technique of building dry stone wall.
My family built trulli for over generations, in my research I found six generations of ancestors ...
who have always built the trulli. My father did the teacher of trulli for 50 years...
my grandfather also did for many years, I still remember. My father has spent a lifetime building Trulli ...
has created beautiful works that have left their mark on our community."
Michele: "Our attempt was to put together an ancient art...
such as the processing of dry-stone, which in over time it was a bit lost...
or that new generation are losing, but it’s recovering...
attempt to unite it with the new technology, in some way all materials, all that is done here...
is taken up and are products the multimedia content that are then disseminated on our website...
which is under construction, so will be made is available to all those participants that people those,
are interested. The use of new technologies on the web we will also help to create these working groups...
which is the real news that we want to introduce this course; that is the fact of not being limited to only a week of activities...
but give continuity over time and use all the knowledge...
thanks to the various courses we disclose to others to learn.