A work in progress for the establishment of the Museum of the City of Reggio Calabria according to the use of methods, techniques and tools for digital documentation of cultural heritage represented by fragments of pre-earthquake Reggio, from the National Archaeological Museum, given in custody to the Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, on the occasion of the renovation of Piacentini building.With the Unité Mixte de Recherche CNRS / MAP (France), the "Mediterranea" has embarked on a teaching experimental activity for a renewed idea of enhancement of the architectural and artistic heritage, with particular reference to the lost city after the earthquake of 1908 giving strength to a new professional skills in the field of communication and promotion of cultural heritage. This project was developed with the aim of collecting the fragments of a city reduced to zero by the physical and oblivion disaster, which aligns with the common notion of resilience (a concept which refers to the ability of a community to rebuild the equilibrium conditions as a result debilitating external events) and to create shares of thought and memory among individuals.The use of experimental softwares developed by the MAP Laboratory of CNR has allowed the surveys of several stone artefacts and the subsequent processing of the acquired data aimed at the construction of interactive 3D representations for digital documentation which will form part of the exhibition project.

Memory vs oblivion. Best practices for the constitution of the museum of Reggio Calabria

FATTA, Francesca
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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2014

Abstract

A work in progress for the establishment of the Museum of the City of Reggio Calabria according to the use of methods, techniques and tools for digital documentation of cultural heritage represented by fragments of pre-earthquake Reggio, from the National Archaeological Museum, given in custody to the Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, on the occasion of the renovation of Piacentini building.With the Unité Mixte de Recherche CNRS / MAP (France), the "Mediterranea" has embarked on a teaching experimental activity for a renewed idea of enhancement of the architectural and artistic heritage, with particular reference to the lost city after the earthquake of 1908 giving strength to a new professional skills in the field of communication and promotion of cultural heritage. This project was developed with the aim of collecting the fragments of a city reduced to zero by the physical and oblivion disaster, which aligns with the common notion of resilience (a concept which refers to the ability of a community to rebuild the equilibrium conditions as a result debilitating external events) and to create shares of thought and memory among individuals.The use of experimental softwares developed by the MAP Laboratory of CNR has allowed the surveys of several stone artefacts and the subsequent processing of the acquired data aimed at the construction of interactive 3D representations for digital documentation which will form part of the exhibition project.
978-88-6542-347-9
memory; 3D models; virtual museum
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