For many years iconic representation has been at the centre of studies and reflection on its meaning in the evidence of the relationship existing between a child’s drawings and personality. A child’s drawing, in fact, tells a story through a whole of signs consisting of images and represents a form of expression, perhaps unique, which can be placed between playing and language. It can be considered as a motor activity in all respects, which, in making itself explicit, gives a voice to one’s imagination and creativity, permitting the illustration of one’s internal impulses

Dramatization and representation of the body in the developmental age

BIANCALANA, VINCENZO
2010-01-01

Abstract

For many years iconic representation has been at the centre of studies and reflection on its meaning in the evidence of the relationship existing between a child’s drawings and personality. A child’s drawing, in fact, tells a story through a whole of signs consisting of images and represents a form of expression, perhaps unique, which can be placed between playing and language. It can be considered as a motor activity in all respects, which, in making itself explicit, gives a voice to one’s imagination and creativity, permitting the illustration of one’s internal impulses
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