Camminare e narrare come pratiche dei cittadini per fare paesaggio
The paper illustrates a research on some actions of citizens that convey meanings to places and generate empathy for them. The research was carried out in 2019 and it focused on some case studies in the Venetian area of Italy, relating to two specific macro-attitudes: walking and narrating. The research suggests that these actions can be evaluated as innovative landscape practices that institutions and planners can use to learn more about perceived and social landscape. The article outlines the semiotic dynamics and the languages that are implicit in such actions, debating on how societies can be involved in landscape politics.