The Languages of Cultural Heritage Sciences: From Macroscopic to Microscopic
curated by CNR ISPC
Every Wednesday from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm | Building 9
Free admission with mandatory reservation by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Wednesday from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm, CNR ISPC presents the exhibition The Languages of Cultural Heritage Sciences: From Macroscopic to Microscopic.
A journey through time and matter to explore the research conducted by CNR ISPC, which investigates Cultural Heritage at various levels of magnification using advanced technologies.
Every architecture contains endless information preserved on visible surfaces. Thanks to recent technologies, it is possible to digitally capture Architectural Heritage and acquire “hidden” information.
Geophysics allows for the investigation of the subsurface with very high resolution. Thanks to the most sophisticated digital instruments, it is possible to detect structures buried in the ground and assess their state of preservation.
Multiple sensors positioned on kites, balloons, drones, planes, or satellites can record landscape characteristics at various scales: from visible structures to buried constructions, to the evolution of the ancient landscape.
Through focused research on a specific archaeological site or context, it is possible to delineate the ancient reality in its multiple aspects, collecting data on the ecosystem and its interaction with people.
Techniques and technologies that investigate the material aspects of art objects allow us to look beyond the surface to a level of dimension equivalent to that of the atom, making the invisible accessible to our eyes.
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