On Tuesday 30 March, at 5:00 p.m., the UNINETTUNO Digital Talk "Cultural Storytelling and Technologies" will be held online.
The tendency to implement and enrich cultural, artistic, and experiential paths in museums, archaeological sites, or during exhibitions and expositions with the help of technologies has been going on for years and is continuously growing.
Augmented reality, virtual reality, holograms, interactive screens, sensitive environments, immersive spaces, have become not only commonplace terms, but above all narrative modes with which we have all become familiar; and it is a world in constant evolution that can continue to offer new ways of telling a story and therefore of experience, learning, and emotion.
In the last year, due to the closures caused by Covid, every museum or cultural institution in the world has increased the number of technological proposals not in situ, not in the places dedicated to culture and art, but remotely (online collections, virtual tours ...); proposals that replace the visit and the direct physical relationship with spaces, with works and narrations, with other visitors.
How, today, can technologies enrich, or modify, a narrative path, and the experiences, learning, emotions that are typical of real places, inhabited by things, works, people? How are technologies changing the life and identity of museums, and the relationship with the public? And how do we manage together the content, the impulse to innovation, the experimentation, the need to guarantee rich and gratifying experiences from every point of view?
The event is coordinated and moderated by Anna Villari - Associate Professor of Visual Arts and Technologies at UNINETTUNO University/Faculty of Communication Sciences, museologist and curator.
Luca Lo Pinto - Director of MACRO in Rome, curator of exhibitions and catalogs on contemporary Italian and foreign artists, founder in 2004 of the magazine and publishing house NERO, a leading reference in the world of contemporary arts, active both in Italy and the rest of the world, and dedicated to contemporary visual arts, culture, aesthetics and criticism.
Davide Sgalippa - teacher and coordinator of the Video Design course at IED in Milan. Expert in multimedia production and design of interactive and immersive video environments for exhibitions and museums. In 2011 with the design group of which he was co-founder, N!03, he won the Golden Compass for the multimedia and interactive exhibition "Rossa. Image and communication of Work 1848-2006″.
Stanislao Cantono di Ceva - architect and videomaker, works in the field of video storytelling through the integrated design of architecture, technology and content. Among his projects, in 2012, for the National Institute of Nuclear Physics, the interactive audiovisual installation celebrating the discovery of the Higgs Boson.
Jacopo Carreras - UNINETTUNO teacher and soundscape designer, digital creative, programmer and entrepreneur. He works and produces digital content and sound-related technologies for immersive experiences, ranging from the art world to retail. In 2019 he won the AEAF silver award for the best multichannel soundscape for an immersive work.
The event will be streamed live on the website www.uninettunouniversity.net and on the University’s page on Facebook.