Concept and realization of D20 ART LAB.
The Lux Mundi installation interprets this link through a technological exploration of Platonic solids, archetypal structures already present in ancient manufactories formalized by Plato, which have always fascinated physicists, alchemists, mystics and artists
The art of ceramics contains in its material aspect, in the manufacturing process and in the search for form the echo of a primitive gesture that recalls the alchemical idea of the primordial elements: fire, air, earth, water.
D20 ART LAB combines digital technologies with the languages of art and experiential marketing to enhance and promote the tangible and intangible values of companies, institutions, museums and public spaces.
The intervention is part of the Ca 'Foscari University Foundation "V_Heritage. Venetian creative culture as a competitive resource ”(project code 3706-1-686-2017) conceived and directed by Prof. Fabrizio Panozzo and coordinated by Elena Agosti. The project is funded by the Veneto Region with the DGR 686/2017, “Company Ateliers: The business heritage as a competitive business and territorial strategy”.