The project is a journey through light, in which reality and imagination, stimulated by a technological short circuit, overlap and chase each other. The perception of the beholder is absorbed and mocked by the deception of sight and the illusion of real images that go beyond reality.
The stone of the Cathedral abandons its hardness and transforms into a support of visions and vision itself, becoming witness and protagonist of a visual reflection on the presumed order of things.
Once again in collaboration with Carlo Cerri, and commissioned by the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, OOOPStudio designed the videos for the scenographies of Madina, a ballet show set to music by Fabio Vacchi, based on the original novel “La ragazza che non voleva morire” by Emmanuelle Villepin, starring Antonella Albano, prima ballerina of la Scala, and Roberto Bolle in the role of the villain.
The legend of Prometheus tells of the titan who stole fire from gods and brought it to men, thus giving rise to human existence. Because of this action of defiance and rebellion, Prometheus was chained by Zeus and sent into exile to the ends of the Earth…
In collaboration with Dutch Nationale Opera & Ballet of Amsterdam, OOOPStudio created the visual design for the scenography of the dance show Prometheus accompanied by the music of Beethoven.
Through an immersive installation that involves all the senses, the project Bosco Mistico invites to rediscover and experience the natural world in a magical moment, reminding us to linger, finding ourselves again, perceiving and becoming aware of the space around us.
For one night the façade of the Farnesina came to life, a new life. Within the Digital Art Experience, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted a video mapping event that redesigned its facade, thanks to fourteen important digital art studios that used this opportunity to show their work and at the same time enhance a historic building with a huge symbolic value.
Legacy is what we leave behind, and humanity today is leaving a ruined world for future generations. Legacy is the photograph of these changes.
Alice plays with that thin thread that binds reality and imagination, fiction and truth. We cared about all the details of the sets, studying and being inspired by Gothic architecture represented by Piranesi, by Escher’s places without dimension and by European Baroque art that we have found in many large halls of the 18th Century.