How do memories settle and what remains from the vast history of the past?
Three screens installed in the ancient courtyard of Palazzo Bo allow the viewer to feel part of the performance and to live an engaging experience.
Directed by Denis Brotto, the video installation of La forma della memoria offers a reflection of our future as he immerses himself in the events that have characterized the experiences of some of the most important protagonists of the University’s history.
Organized by the Department of Linguistic and Literary Studies of the University of Padua, the initiative is part of the program of celebrations for the 800th anniversary of the University of Padua.
From June 13 to August 21 two daily screenings screenings are available, at 7 pm and 9:15 pm.
Participation is free and based on availability as seating is limited.
Denis Brotto is an associate professor at the University of Padua, whose work in the field of cinematic studies focuses on the relationship between cinematographic language and new technologies. While residing as the President of the Master’s Degree Course in Communication Strategies at UNIPD, Brotto’s theoretical research has developed into practical research through the creation of videos and documentaries. His work includes Patrice Leconte (2010), La Pièce (2011) and Esedra. Generations come, generations go (2015) an innovative video installation for the Jewish Heritage Museum of Padua.