Il parco in una stanza. Teresa La Rocca, allestimento per il Museo Collisani, Petralia Sottana

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“The park inside a room”Teresa La Rocca, Collisani Museum in Petralia Sottana. Is it possible for a small museum installation to concentrate a wide range of relations with the territory, even putting into a subtle visual relationship the exhibited objects and their original site? The text answers through four main questions/themes which describe the design project:-Collecting versus exhibiting: The Collisani archeological collection tells, like any collection a personal story, almost as intimate as a diary, the project had to explain it and make it suitable for a larger public. -Inner Landscape: The entrance to the Vecchiuzzo cave is framed in a window glass, in front of the pre-historical objects which were found there. The landscape is thus brought into the space as a part of the exhibition.-Like on the pages of a book: Every exhibition is an estrangement, one of the aims of the design was to put objects together like the images framed in a text, especially underlining some of the individual pieces.-Exposing or interpreting? Should every exhibition be neutral and objective? In the three artist showcases contemporary art acts in combination with archeology to create new values.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationMadonie, Madonie
Pages98-105
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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NameSTORIA E PROGETTO NELL’ARCHITETTURA

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