CULTURE EN LUMIERE
Inserted within the circuit of events that takes the name of Plaisirs de Culture in Vallee d’Aoste we had the pleasure of presenting a video mapping show for lovers of history.
We have developed for this initiative a video mapping that retraces the history of the Cathedral of Aosta, illuminating initially the current neoclassical forms and then disassembling and rebuilding the various forms that the church assumed during the centuries, passing through the medieval form with 4 bell towers and ending with a representation of the nearby Arch of Augustus, dating back to the Roman Empire.
Inside this historical rewind have been shown some of the artistic works of art that can be appreciated just once inside the church itself, such as the splendid paintings of the ancient church, appreciable in the attic and that date back to the XII century, the enormous mosaics that are near the altar, the statues and other relics such as the famous Casket of San Grato, kept inside the Museum of the Cathedral of Aosta.
Therefore we have created a “philological video-mapping” that would highlight the beauty and culture of the city of Aosta,in collaboration with SOVRAINTENDENZA BENI ED ATTIVITA CULTURALI REGIONE AUTONOMA VALLE D AOSTA.
Thanks to Bobine Tv for the Shots.
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The multimedia exhibition Skywalks / Passerelle Volanti is an immersive journey through suspended passageways of a thousand shapes and sizes that tell the story of Genoa and its territory in an unprecedented way.
The idea and the project by studio M O A, winner of the call “Amate l’Architettura” launched by the Foundation of the Order of Architects of Genoa, investigates and narrates the great ability of the inhabitants of this city to have explored spontaneous and surprising architectural solutions throughout history, interpreting the ideas offered by a territory compressed between sea and mountains.
The prestigious sixteenth-century rooms of Palazzo Grillo have been mapped and used together with three-dimensional objects designed and built for the initiative, as a backdrop for immersive projections that tell the life of a community through its way of building solutions.
This architectural and urban sociology are coloured with unexpected poetical suggestion through the use of video projection mapping .
These five-minute performances were created for the 20th edition of Live Performers Meeting, Light Festival in Roma, held between May 2 and 5, 2019 at the Ex Mattatoio Di Roma, Testaccio.
The facade of the old slaughterhouse was the venue for the international video mapping contest in which more than 400 artists from over 40 countries in the world participated.
At the end of the concourses, our team was awarded with the First Prize.
An exploration of the theme of “Ego – between real and digital” through the practices of digital arts and multimedia languages. The aim of the festival is to investigate the field of digital culture, music and electronic arts, and to open perspectives for the enrichment of the audience’s receptivity and active participation in new artistic languages.
ANCIENT ROMAN ASHES
QUARANTINE PROJECTION MAPPING
A Video mapping installation on the lifter cabin of the building we had in front during COVID-19 quarantine.
We decided to spread positive messages for the neighbourhood and to give people the possibility to express them-self directly participating on next edition of the performance that will include even their messages, their videos or their children’s drawings.
An initiative for Poble Nou Urban District