You have until December 31st to visit immersive exhibition which restores the approach outdoors The Impressionists cared about describing their art Claude Monet. Produced by WAY Experience, the project is described as a “Virtual Reality Experience” and aims to capture a cross-sectional audience (ages six and up) through the unusual use of cultural content. After putting on the VR headset, participants move outside, guided by the story of expert guides, to “enter” Monet’s paintings and discover how he painted, getting up close to masterpieces like the iconic one regard Impression (1872), after which the Impressionist movement was named, The sheaves (1890-91), see Water lily pond (1899). The visit takes place between the Arco della Pace and the Sempione Park (in case of rain we move to the Palazzina Appiani, headquarters of the FAI), and lasts an hour and a half and costs 25 euros per person (subject to discounts).
Created from the collaboration with the Musée Rodin in Paris, the exhibition that Mudec Dedication to the French sculptor Auguste Rodin (Paris, 1840 – Meudon, 1917) focused on the high degree of experimentality of his projects using around fifty works, drawings and photographs. The theme examined is dance, a world that fascinated Rodin as well as contemporary artists, in Paris in turmoil in the transition from the 19th to the 20th century. And above all, an opportunity to delve deeper into the representation of the body in motion. The immersive installation curated by dot dot dot is divided into three sections, from “Western” dance to the tradition of Southeast Asia to the focus dedicated to contemporary choreographies that were inspired by the work of the French artist. For the first time in Italy, the exhibition shows fifteen dancer figures that the French artist dedicated to “dance movements”.
Sold, destroyed, stolen and therefore no longer visible. If not, thanks to the immersive project The world of Banksy, a traveling initiative currently taking place in Genoa and Bologna, taking visitors on a journey through the anonymous English street artist’s works of recent years, from the UK to France, the US, Australia, Mali and Bethlehem Wall. The exhibition – in which the artist is in no way involved – traces the history and social message of the murals Banksy, and after stops in some of the most famous train stations in Italy, it arrives in Genoa in Piazza Principe (until December 30) with an installation that “animates” the works with the support of multimedia technology. The project will also be appreciated in Bologna in the rooms of Palazzo Pallavicini until January 28, 2024, with over 30 life-size murals in addition to the iBanksy focus.
For the Canossa Castlein the countries that connect their history with the “oldest modern woman”, You are Matilde is an immersive experience that stretches back 976 years and relives the historic battles of Val d’Enza and the epochal clash between Countess Matilda and Emperor Henry IV (culminating in the emperor’s remorse and humiliation before Pope Gregory VII). After putting on the VR headset, the tour unfolds for an hour and 15 minutes through the rooms of the Castle of Reggio Emilia, accompanied by the narration voice of Barbara Albertiwho wears the clothes of Mathilde of Canossa.
Over one hundred meters of projection surfaces allow visitors to experience a dreamlike dimension on the shores of Lake Umbria. The project was created by Int.Geo.Mod in collaboration with the Conservatory of Music “FA Bonporti” of Trento and Riva del Garda and theLight installation It can be seen until January 6, 2024 in the time slot between 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. The route comes to life in the historic center Rocca del Leone in Castiglione del Lago where the stone walls, the trees in the courtyard and the ruins of a deconsecrated church become projection surfaces for an immersive multimedia experience. It tells the story of “Pì’s Christmas”, a lonely young man who, thanks to the unexpected intervention of Kokai, a black kitten, is able to emerge from the “darkness” and move towards the lights of Christmas and life. Between visual projections, lights, music and ambient sound effects.
The light installations are open until January 7th Textures made of light They are changing the face of the Botanical Garden with the aim of enhancing a historic park (on the slopes of the Gianicolo, with access from Trastevere) thanks to an event that goes around the world. Behind the immersive exhibition is the contribution of LAC – Light Art Collection, the Dutch group known for having the largest collection of light art in the world. There are seven works that arrive in Rome for the occasion Talking heads by the Hungarian artist Viktor Vicsek for installation Rizhome From Tom and Lien Dekyvere. However, the path opens with Earth, a special effects installation curated by Simone Puzzolo that recreates planet Earth and provokes reflection on the beauty of the planet and the need to care for it; next to the Kappa, the Japanese mythical creatures that enliven the Japanese garden.
From 2017 to the present, the immersive hiking project is dedicated Van Gogh attracted more than 5 million visitors thanks to the creation of a space of over a thousand square meters, animated by light and sound and on which the most famous works of the Dutch artist were projected Starry night across the Rhone to the painter’s bedroom in Arles. The experience is carried out using an augmented reality viewer, but before completing the visit there is also the opportunity to try your hand at creating a work of art, in an environment resembling an artist’s studio, between pastels and drawing sheets. In Naples the exhibition takes place in the church of San Potito. The visit lasts about 60 minutes and the entrance ticket can be purchased for 10 euros.