An immersive journey in the atmospheres of the second circle of the Dantesque ‘Inferno’.
From 16th to 19th November ‘Inferno V‘, a multimedia installation proposed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation as part of the celebrations of the 700th anniversary of Dante’s death, was set up at the Lycée International of Saint-Gaermain-en-Laye, on the outskirts of Paris. The opening took place on 16 November 2021 and saw the presence of the general Consul of Italy in Paris, Ms Irene Castagnoli, of Ms France Bessis, headmaster/principal of the Lycée International, of Mr Frédéric Cherki inspector of the Italian language at the Académie of Versailles, of Mr Luigi Vallebona, principal, alongside the directors/coordinators of the 14 international Sections of the lycée, from the Japanese to the Norwegian, from the British to the Pole and the Italian sections.
The exhibition was offered in Italian, Spanish, French, English and Portuguese to more than 400 students, belonging to the related Sections through Inferno V, an app available on a tablet given by the General Consulate of Italy in Paris.
By pointing the ‘markers’ placed along the exhibition, the visitor-traveler made a journey immerged in the atmosphere of the second circle of the Dantesque ‘Inferno’, and accessed deepen knowledge, motions, videos and contents visible though augmented reality.
The poster of the event and further information are available at the Consulate of Italy in Paris website.