We are aware of this: reading panels of technical details and dates is not attractive. When you leave an exhibition like this, everything seems to fade from memory after a few minutes.
Our idea is to create, with an exhibition, experiences that link and reinforce each other with the common mission of giving people new engaging things to do, hear, or see.
People want surprise, wonder, and most importantly (never more so than today) the opportunity to share that wonder. Vertigo Syndrome wants that the means to achieve this can also be an art exhibition.
To do this, we follow a real method
of exhibition composition…
They don’t force you to squint at panels of dates and technicalities.
None of this entertains. It does not bring you closer to the work, to the artist, or to that emotion that we naïvely call “enthusiasm” today, but which in ancient Greece was mystical impulse of closeness to the gods.
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