"ArtDynamics" Studio's multimedia interpretation of the bizarre surreal canvases of one of the best Renaissance artists - Giuseppe Arcimboldo, by "ArtDynamics" Studio.
PROJECTION FLOATING MESHES
Each picture is shown as a unique animated representation of a variety of interacting objects, connected according to an individual scenario into a single compositional image.
Projections of the author's best works are elegantly displayed on the thinnest, almost invisible grids installed in two halls of the museum.
At a distance, the canvases look like ordinary portraits or still lifes, but in reality it is a set of actions of the painting's parts that are transformed into a work of art. It is the task of the audience to unravel the plots presented in it.
CREATIVE PHOTO ZONES
Through projection meshes, unusual ideas for creative photos are revealed to you.
LIVING CHARACTERS PICTURES
The character painted by the artist unexpectedly for the audience "comes to life" and goes beyond the picture.
A large projection lens will allow viewers to see the smallest details of Arcimboldo's amazing paintings.
PAINTINGS - REVERSE
Of particular interest are flip paintings, which, when rotated 180 degrees, change not only the genre, but also the meaning of the image, creating a visual illusion.
A large multimedia book - installation greets guests with its story, turning over animated pages with stories of Arcimboldo's life and work.
AUDIO GUIDE "PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF PICTURES
Visitors are given a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the psychological analysis of paintings, compiled by the candidate of psychological sciences, associate professor, professor of of Natural Sciences - D.Smyslov. For a comfortable visit to the spectacular project, we recommend taking headphones for the audio guide.
The laid-back dialogues of the talking pictures "Adam" and "Eve" will not leave anyone indifferent, raising the eternal question of earthly existence from two points of view - male and female. Through the humor of the story about the life of this couple, the look of a great connoisseur of human weaknesses, Mark Twain's "The Diaries of Adam and Eve," appears.
I AM ARCIMBOLDO
Once in the third hall of the exhibition, every visitor will be able to reveal their creative potential – creating their own three-dimensional portrait in the Archimboldo style.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Giuseppe Arcimboldi,also known as Arcimboldo(1526 or 1527-1593), received his first art education at father's, Biagio Arcimboldo's, atelier in Milan. Arcimboldo started his career as a designer for stained glass and frescoes at local cathedrals when he was 21 years old. In 1562, he became court portraitist to Ferdinand I at the Habsburg court in Vienna, Austria and later, to Maximilian II and his son Rudolf II at the court in Prague. He was also the court decorator and costume designer. Arcimboldo's conventional work, on traditional religious subjects, has fallen into oblivion, but his portraits of human heads made up of vegetables, plants, fruits, sea creatures and tree roots, were greatly admired by his contemporaries and remain a source of fascination today. Although he was considered eccentric (or, at worst, crazy), and his most famous works were sometimes considered nothing more than curiosities, Arcimboldo's paintings were actually complex compositions rich in both paradoxes and allegories. It is believed that the subtlety of his paintings could have been missed by the general public, but the Habsburg emperors (for whom he worked for more than 25 years) were so pleased with Arcimboldo's works that Rudolf II made him Count Palatine in 1592, after which he returned to Milan. His paintings have been called the precursor of surrealism and were highly appreciated by Salvador Dali and other members of the movement.
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