Exhibition “Vespasiano e la scuola”
Baths of Diocletian, National Museum of Rome

Rome, Italy

For the two-thousand anniversary of Vespasiano, 24 italian schools worked on the figure of the emperor and the dynasty he started.
More than 1.000 students produced videos, presentations, texts and handicrafts among other projects. The results of the initiative were shown in a exhibition that started at the Baths of Diocletian of the Roman Museum and travelled around Italy.
A path of colorful carpet covered 5 rooms of the museum and arranged the contents through the space.
Indissoluble also created some interactive applications to display the contents in a funnier way. A cupboard with tubes reproduced voices in latin and a video player launched audiovisuals just by approaching the hands on the buttons.
At the end of the tour there was an interactive quiz to put visitors knowledge to test. Participants selected the answers by pushing buttons, while on the screen were shown cheering or defeated faces depending on the responses they chose.
The exhibition is a non-profit project by indissoluble.

Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma


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Interactive Quiz

Students faces for the interactive quiz