Archaeology and Light at the University of Naples Federico II
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archeologia e leggerezzaIlluminate the archaeological sites, enhancing by means of light the wonders of the ancient cities. On Friday, 12thJune 2015, at Palazzo Gravina in Monteoliveto street, Filippo Cannata expressed to the students of the University of Naples his point of views on lighting of the archaeological excavations and the preservation of historical and artistic heritage. A complex and exciting adventure that has nothing in common with spectacular scenic installations, but is based on respect for the identity of the place and the history that the unearthed stones are able to tell without any need for special effects. Enhance the site by communicating it and excite the visitor, these are the tasks of the lighting designer, which should help to promote the environment by improving its ability to attract tourists and create an economic driver that also the population can benefit.