“Painting is a silent poetry and poetry is a blind painting” (Leonardo Da Vinci)
A multisensorial artwork that overturns the perspective of “Cenacolo”, switching the roles between who "see" and who "doesn’t see".
“Spolvero. Il Cenacolo rivelato” finds its essence in these keywords: presence and absence, visible and invisible, “spolvero” and relief.
The installation is made in two parts: a 1:2 scale sculpture reproducing the “Cenacolo” by Leonardo using the Braille technique and at disposal of the audience like a touch page in order to turn on a projection of the “Last Supper” made by a constellation of bright points on the opposite wall.
A circular system that subtracts the artwork and then returns it through collective and multi-sensory fruition
The project, conceived by Lucrezia Zaffarano, Matteo Carbonara and Andrea Sartori, is also a tribute to what is never seen, which exists before the “visible” artwork: the spolvero is the preparatory drawing, the "before artwork" that was chosen as reference for its correlation with the Braille alphabet.
The installation is one of the winning projects of “Milano da Vinci” competition promoted to reward the best ideas of young creatives under 35 able to tell the innovative spirit of Leonardo using new media.
The exhibition is organized by the Fondazione Stelline, the Fondazione Italiana Accenture and the Municipality of Milan, in collaboration with the Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti.
Till Novembre 3, 2019
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