Digital technologies have not stopped to reshape and change how we “absorb” information, what has become more and more part of our daily lives, from simple to complex tasks adapting and at times modifying our lifestyles.
No room for monotony, topics seen before as too dense are easily intrepreted transforming even how we learn, eat, see and connect to each other.
Clearly new and old generations have an appetite to assimilate in a more interactive way. No more room for monotony, topics seen before as too dense are easily interpreted transforming even how we learn, eat, see and connect.
It’s all about how digital transmedia tools revive the history of buildings; and how performances and interpretive sites/events that used to be mainly contemplative, have reframed the art of performing.
Whether as a theater, performing arts and dance organization, a museum a heritage site, a gallery, festivals or event literature and publishing teams…