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V. 2009 31 32 What We Want or the Kitsch City and the City of Conformism Kitsch is defined by Broch as the result of a process of imitation within the artistic system of values, like absolute, radical evil in art: “kitsch is certainly not inferior art, it forms its own system enclosed within itself, which is inserted like a foreign body in the global system of art, or, if you prefer, is juxtaposed to it” (Broch 1990, p. 195). Although it is not always simple to discriminate kitsch from art, there is a particular detail that distinguishes them clearly: while ethical systems, indeed including art, are open on the one hand, on the other imitative systems, including kitsch, are closed systems, they lack the vision of the ultimate value placed in the infinite.

The kitsch city, which operates by following the dictates of the good effect, brings what has already been up to date, borrows its own content and techniques from past works, seeking guaranteed, tested methods of production of the “beautiful”. Basically, if each system of values, including that of art, uses certain “words of reality” in order to construct its image of the world, combining them according to the laws and syntax of the system, it might be said that the kitsch city does not take its words of reality directly from the world, but uses prefabricated words which it transforms into clichés.

He becomes part of the place in which he finds himself on each occasion and completely identifies himself with it. He is overcome by the reality surrounding him and is incapable of grasping it, indeed because he cannot manage to distinguish himself from it, detach himself and critically assess it. As Calvino himself says in the introduction to the collection I nostri antenati (Our ancestors), in which Il Cavaliere inesistente occupies first place, followed by Il visconte dimezzato (The cloven viscount) and Il barone rampante (The baron in the trees), “Agilulfo took on the psychological features of a human type very widespread in all spheres of our society”.

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