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While elaborating our project, we tried from the beginning to consider and understand the changes that technology has implied during recent years in artistic image, and how architectural space could contribute to the knowledge and archiving of a digital art form.Despite the incredible diversity of disciplinary contributions involved in such an art form, technology plays a central role, on which art reflects: the process itself, in short, is the artwork, and interaction throughout interfaces is its ultimate meaning.
If we had to think completely in utopian terms and not responding to any specific building requirements, the solution we would better strive would have been a completely open space not being an architectural enclosure with the external environment. We would have hoped that its contents could be completely stored within a server connected to the Internet, open to everyone, everywhere. Rather being only an artworks container it could be an ‘interface’.
Our project instead aims to be a ‘meta-museum’, which in addition to have an online storage system, has a web page that represents a selection of art materials and allow individuals everywhere in the world to upload and submit their own installations, video documentation, discussions, and that through the museum’s envelope, be returned to the city and to the local reality of Lavapies. Being as a large public display, it can also resubmit information to its virtual site and to the world wide web.

PUBLICATIONS | [2016] Article on Scientific Newspaper, by Helena Barranha:  “Between the Virtual and a Hard Place: The Dilemma of Digital Art Museums” in BOWEN, Jonathan P.; DIPROSE, Graham; LAMBERT, Nick (eds.) EVA London 2016 – Electronic Visualisation and the Arts. London: BCS Learning & Development/The Chartered Institute for IT, pp. 229-236

[2014] A10 MAGAZINEArticle of Zaira Magliozzi. Title:” Meta-Museum Interface, Madrid” pg . 15 number 62, Edited A10 Publishers, Amsterdam ISSN 1573-3815


INTERVIEWS: Link to the interview | Start for Talents

                        Link to the interview | Arquoo



Michelangelo Vallicelli

Lorenzo Sant’Andrea

Nicolò Troianiello

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