Museo Nazionale
Collezione Salce
Museo Nazionale
Collezione Salce
Museo Nazionale
Collezione Salce
Treviso,
Italy
Treviso,
Italy
The Salce National Collection Museum retains the largest collection of existing advertising graphics in Italy, donated to the Italian State by Treviso Ferdinando Salce (1877- 1962), called Nando, with will of 26 April 1962.
Treviso,
Italy
The Salce National Collection Museum retains the largest collection of existing advertising graphics in Italy, donated to the Italian State by Treviso Ferdinando Salce (1877- 1962), called Nando, with will of 26 April 1962.
CREDITS
For Museo Nazionale Collezione Salce,
a restored deconsecrated church in Treviso,
Pepper’s Ghost commission by MIC
(Ministry of Culture) has a
triple deployment:

For Museo Nazionale Collezione Salce, a restored deconsecrated church in Treviso, Pepper’s Ghost commission by MIC (Ministry of Culture) has a triple deployment:

For Museo Nazionale Collezione Salce, a restored
deconsecrated church in Treviso, Pepper’s Ghost commission by MIC (Ministry of Culture) has a triple deployment:
The Salce National Collection Museum retains the largest collection of existing advertising graphics in Italy, donated to the Italian State by Treviso Ferdinando Salce (1877- 1962), called Nando, with will of 26 April 1962.

1.

An immersive space with digitalized posters fluctuating and exploding all around. The exhibit surface is no longer a surface: it’s an experiential dimension transforming the collection in a living repository of shared images and memories.

2.

A dynamic mapping of absidal walls (13 mt high) and floor, reconstructing the 14th century frescoes detached and saved during WWII. Saint Ursula’s cycle painted by Tommaso da Modena is thus virtually back in its original site without contaminating the architectural text.

1.

An immersive space with digitalized posters fluctuating and exploding all around. The exhibit surface is no longer a surface: it’s an experiential dimension transforming the collection in a living repository of shared images and memories.

2.

A dynamic mapping of absidal walls (13 mt high) and floor, reconstructing the 14th century frescoes detached and saved during WWII. Saint Ursula’s cycle painted by Tommaso da Modena is thus virtually back in its original site without contaminating the architectural text.

1.

An immersive space with digitalized posters fluctuating and exploding all around. The exhibit surface is no longer a surface: it’s an experiential dimension transforming the collection in a living repository of shared images and memories.

2.

A dynamic mapping of absidal walls (13 mt high) and floor, reconstructing the 14th century frescoes detached and saved during WWII. Saint Ursula’s cycle painted by Tommaso da Modena is thus virtually back in its original site without contaminating the architectural text.

3.

An interactive digital waterfall: the immaterial water recognizes the physical body of the visitor
Bespoke music is an unmissable part of this art experience:
Gregorian chants remixed and purposely composed tracks.
This whole installation is all about a full knowledge flow:
information inundating the space, layered in the stone,
washing the public, uniting container and contents.

3.

An interactive digital waterfall: the immaterial water recognizes the physical body of the visitor

Bespoke music is an unmissable part of this art experience: Gregorian chants remixed and purposely composed tracks. This whole installation is all about a full knowledge flow: information inundating the space, layered in the stone, washing the public, uniting container and contents.

3.

An interactive digital waterfall: the immaterial water recognizes the physical body of the visitor

Bespoke music is an unmissable part of this art experience: Gregorian chants remixed and purposely composed tracks. This whole installation is all about a full knowledge flow: information inundating the space, layered in the stone, washing the public, uniting container and contents.

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