Museums act as true and proper hubs of knowledge, encouraging dialogue between cultures and inviting visitors to co-create, share and interact.
“Without imagination we wouldn’t be alive: the task of an artist is to stimulate peoples’ imagination”. Theo Jansen inaugurated the “Dream Beasts” exhibition in Milan with this sentence which [...]
How can you explain the lifecycle of flowers to a three-year old girl and make her understand that the cycle is continuous and never-ending?
A team of researchers of the European Synchrotron, in Grenoble, managed to unveil the technique used by Rembrandt to create his famous and beautiful three-dimensional effect.
The story told by the historian of science Laura Snyder is one that starts a long time ago. To be precise, it begins on June 24, 1833, when the British Association for the Advancement of Science [...]
“The task of art is also to highlight the limitations of our development model and the negative effects that unfortunately has sometimes produced. In this sense photography can be a very [...]
“The earth is 4.6 billion years old, man arrived at most 200 thousand years ago. We must realize that for our planet man is just a blink of an eye in his long history. We should look at nature [...]
The photographer-researcher Armin Linke, a dedicated scholar of the discourse around the Anthropocene, engaged in a conversation with geologist Paolo Cortini, an expert in naturalistic [...]