Site-specific multimedia art installations by Fabrizio Plessi. Brixia, Archaeological Park of Roman Brescia and Museum of Santa Giulia. The pioneer of video art and video installations in Italy arrives in Brescia with an unprecedented project: an immersive journey, made up of installations, video projections and digital environments, specially designed for the Archaeological Park of Roman Brescia and for the Santa Giulia Museum. The initiative inaugurates the UNESCO Corridor, an almost one-kilometre walk that connects the Capitolium area to the monumental complex of Santa Giulia in a single pedestrian path, open free and freely to the public.
The project proposed in the archaeological area of the Capitolium and in the Museum of Santa Giulia consists of an immersive and engaging journey , of great scientific and cultural value, with a high visual impact and extremely high technological perfection, and is made up of digital installations, video projections and digital monumental walls : a journey that highlights the vestiges and heritage of our city, rewriting them with Plessi's technological and multimedia alphabet, with light, sound and moving images . The exhibition, which is part of the archaeological stages format, consists of a widespread and site-specific exhibition in the museum complex of San Salvatore and Santa Giulia, in the Capitolium and in a collection of project tables in the Fresco rooms and at the entrance .
The project is part of and crowns the research that the artist has been carrying out in recent years, defined by Plessi himself as "The Golden Age" and translated, in September 2020, into the monumental digital installation on the windows of the Correr Museum in Piazza San Marco, supported by Dior and formed by large golden cascades that emotionally dialogue with the mosaics of the basilica of San Marco.