At the 'Auditorium della Conciliazione up to 6 January 2019.
The show created by Marco Balich, the creator of ' Tree of Life all 'Expo in Milan and artistic director of numerous Olympic ceremonies (from Turin 2006 a Rio 2016), produced by Artainment Worldwide shows with the scientific advice of the Vatican Museums, He sees the presence of collaborations and very high level interventions:
Pierfrancesco Favino voice of Michelangelo, Susan Sarandon Biblical voice in the English version, Sting author of the main musical theme.
Performance and Innovation
The show has the ambition to tell the work through an emotional journey and engaging totally original. The presence of dancers and actors voiced by voice-overs, l 'pervasive ingredient of music, with very suggestive interpretation of the Dies Irae Sting, sewn as a canvas with evocative textures, encourage the public to take a surprising contemplative path of 'art genesis. To all this we add the projected images with very high resolution, that allow you to admire the details of the work otherwise impossible to see live.
L 'particular arrangement of the ceiling and walls with a screen to 270 degrees completely envelops the viewer in this representative experiment, where frescoes seems as if come to life. It 'a unique show that combines different scenic languages with new technological tools, opening the new frontier of cultural. An 'opportunity not to be missed.
Shows: morning, afternoon and evening
For the timetable www.giudiziouniversale.com/il-calendario
Duration of each show: 60 minutes
From Monday to Friday evening excluded from € 15 a € 26
evening, weekend, public holidays From € 15 a € 32
Under 26 € 13, Under 8 € 8
available languages: Italian and English
Translation headset 9 languages (paid service € 5)
LOW FORM. Imaginaries and Visions in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Under the new technologies and their use in relation to current digital knowledge
Rome Garden Hotel suggests a 'interesting exhibition began on 20 October 2018 and will end on 24 February 2019, at the MAXXI in Rome, curated by Bartholomew Pietromarchi entitled “LOW FORM. Imaginaries and Visions in the Age of Artificial Intelligence”.
How does the AI on artistic production in 'interpretation of this? This question tries to answer the exhibition that selects 16 of the most representative artists Millennial Generation, that create a multimedia and multisensory path facing existential questions, expression experiments, social and hybrid imaginary themes.
The twenty-first century Surrealism
approaches, shapes and themes to bring similarities to Surrealism and the Dada movement of the last century, but here the dream-reality duality changes in the double combination that becomes real simulation and simulation come true.
Among the more than 20 installations are present im here to learn know Zach Blas & Jemina Wyman where an Avatar reflects on the meaning of his existence, 's work Emilio Vavarella Do you like Cyber? That focuses on the relationship between man and machine, Agnieszka Poland, vincitrice del Nationalgalerie Prize for Young Art in Germania, with What the Sun Has Seen it with the facial recognition technology in 3D creates a sun with a human face that observes the Earth and its progressive destruction.
From Tuesday to Friday 11.00 – 19.00
Saturday 11.00 – 22.00 Sunday 11.00 – 19.00
Closing day Every Monday, 25 December
The ticket office closes one hour before the museum
Adults € 12
Reduced € 9
lower 30 years, groups from 15 People and affiliated groups
for all family members consist of at least one child (free for under 14)
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