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Creative Brisbane, Expérience touristique, villes créatives et esthétique de la transformation urbaine

Abstract : This is a case study of the tourist experience of the city of Brisbane in Australia. What is at stake is the issue of creativity and its meaning, how it is conveyed by the press, tourist guides, cultural institutions and some aspects of the open public space. Semiotic and pragmatic approaches of the tourist experience are used to cast light on how public policies can be seen and felt in the public open space and help produce an aesthetic of creativity. Tourists experience the city as a transformation/conversion, an univocal perspective of change deprived of historical context. Where the urban development tends to do away with the conflictual aspect of public space —and above all of its history— it may well resurface in such traditional touristic aspects as a guided tour.
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Emilie da Lage. Creative Brisbane, Expérience touristique, villes créatives et esthétique de la transformation urbaine. Communication & langages, Nec Plus, 2013, pp.119-140. ⟨10.4074/s0336150013011071⟩. ⟨hal-01280018⟩

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