Italy’s museums reopen with vibrating social-distancing necklaces and limited admission.
Florence Cathedral explained the new technology in a video posted on YouTube this week. Crafted by Italian company Advance Microwave Engineering, the rectangular devices can sense when they are within roughly six feet of each other.
A guard will “chaperone” groups of six through the Scuderie del Quirinale’s blockbuster Raphael exhibition.
A Seoul-based design company has turned South Korea’s largest high-definition outdoor advertising screen into a sloshing ocean, and the scene is quite surreal. The company refers to its digital ocean illustration as “an anamorphic illusion”. The design company behind the work, D’Strict, doesn’t give any explanation as to why it chose to make the work, titled 'WAVE', but there’s no doubt that the innovative technology will pave the way for new forms of creative advertising and digital art exhibitions.
It is said that history repeats itself, and these images, which were recently hosted on Imgur, show that. Naming the phenomenon “Accidental Renaissance”, the pictures showcase pieces of modern photojournalism that mirror Renaissance paintings, especially whence applying the Golden Ratio to them.
The “Accidental Renaissance” title comes from an image from New Year 2016, which saw a series of late-night revellers laying on the streets of Manchester in poses resemblant of renaissance-era paintings.
Each year since 1977, International Council of Museums - ICOM has organised International Museum Day, which represents a unique moment for the international museum community.
With the theme “Museums for Equality: Diversity and Inclusion”, International Museum Day 2020 aims at becoming a rallying point to both celebrate the diversity of perspectives that make up the communities and personnel of museums, and champion tools for identifying and overcoming bias in what they display and the stories they tell. #IMD2020#Museums4Equality