It will be the image in all its nuances, in the middle of meetings to free admission every Thursday, starting from June 12 until July 3, will be held at the headquarters of Pan, the Palace of the Arts in Naples.
The festival takes its name from “Lux in Pan – The magic lantern image from the drones” is sponsored by Lux in Fabula, well known in the Campi Flegrei for his thirty-year and multi-faceted activities in the cultural field and the Historical Archives the Anton Dohrn Zoological Station, located inside the Villa Comunale of Naples.
During the meetings that will take place in the museum of the luxurious Via dei Mille, will be presented to the public on the extensive research conducted by the so-called “civilization of the image”, from the beginning up to the latest developments.
In particular, the center of the next meeting scheduled Thursday, June 19, at 17.30, there will be two examples of photographic reportage with the screening of “Earth and Torment, The week of fear”, audiovisual material by Claudio Correale (Chairman of Lux in Fabula) dedicated to the dramatic evacuation of Rione Terra Pozzuoli in 1970 bradyseism. Moreover, in the same day, you can watch the premiere presentation of the book “Remembering the Rione Terra”, a collection of previously unpublished photos taken by Ruggero Morichi.
Still, Thursday, June 26 continues with the screening of the video “Flying on the Campi Flegrei” by Michele Albano with musical accompaniment by Ludovico Einaudi.
Finally, the last day of a series of meetings Thursday, July 3, we move to the hall of the Vesuvius Observatory (National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology), where the Association will present the project of the Virtual Archive Bradisismo, with over five thousand official documents, articles , photos and videos as many as 30. It did not end there because the occasion there will be a guided tour of the Centre, for a day not to be missed!
“Lux in Pan – An image from the magic lantern to the drones”
June 12-July 3, 2014, 17.30
Pan, via dei mille 60, Naples
Vesuvius Observatory, Via Diocletian 328, Naples
Free admission subject to availability
For info, tel: 081.0203336, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.luxinfabula.it