The twentieth and summer issue of our Aisthesis magazine.
We discuss plastic being transformed into a precious material, bas-reliefs for reading paintings and a formative meeting that can change your life.
In his article, Nicola Farina addresses the theme of plastic, treated, studied and transformed, which is now considered a traditional material, and also appeals for new exhibition methods.
Next, Massimiliano Trubbiani talks about typhlodidactics as a sphere of study which augments accessibility to works of art and is whose use is increasing rapidly. Many of the Museo Omero’s special creations can now be found in Museums and Galleries, blazing a trail to the new.
Finally, Azzurra Pizzi describes how the experience of the Museo Omero’s long-standing National training course on Accessibility to cultural heritage is achieving its aim as an interregional scientific community.
Read the magazine in PDF (300 KB). Translation by Simon Jarvis.
Headquarters of the editorial office and management:
Museo Tattile Statale Omero – Mole Vanvitelliana
Banchina da Chio 28 – Ancona.
Publisher: Associazione Per il Museo Tattile Statale Omero ODV-ONLUS.
Director: Aldo Grassini.
Managing Director: Gabriella Papini.
Editors: Monica Bernacchia, Andrea Sòcrati, Annalisa Trasatti, Massimiliano Trubbiani, Alessia Varricchio.
Voice: Luca Violini.