BEESTON (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, UK): PHOTOS OF CORROSIONS THAT LOOK LIKE GREEN LANDSCAPES (PART #1)

© Roberto Alborghetti  Here are other photographic “surprises” from Beeston, a city bordering Nottingham (UK), where The Ghost Bus project was born. After the series of slideshows on the blued large container of building materials waste, here is the photogallery on the macro images that I took around another small container, also on the large… Read More BEESTON (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, UK): PHOTOS OF CORROSIONS THAT LOOK LIKE GREEN LANDSCAPES (PART #1)

“CHANGES”, WORK #18 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

© Roberto Alborghetti  Macro photographs in frame. For this Summer Gallery 2022 I have virtually placed a series of macro-photographs from my “Lacer/Actions” project within a graphic structure that recalls a frame. I think it is a way of enhancing the images taken in the very first phase of my research – over twenty years… Read More “CHANGES”, WORK #18 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

SICILIAN DAYS / THE EXTRAORDINARY ANCIENT THEATER OF TAORMINA: A STAGE FOR THE WORLD

© Roberto Alborghetti What to say? A show within the show! In the extraordinary Taormina, there is an extraordinary place, where eyes, mind, heart and senses are truly shaken and struck by the magic of time and human genius. Experience to live, that of being inside the great Ancient Theater of Taormina. And it rarely… Read More SICILIAN DAYS / THE EXTRAORDINARY ANCIENT THEATER OF TAORMINA: A STAGE FOR THE WORLD

RE-UNCOVERED A 1500-YEAR-OLD BYZANTINE CONVENT IN A MILITARY ZONE IN CENTRAL ISRAEL

  Over the past month, dozens of Israeli soldiers re-uncovered a 1500-year-old nuns’ convent complex at Horbat Hani, in the low foothills east of Shoham in central Israel after a small area of the site located within a military zone was accidently damaged by the army. The activity took place in the framework of the… Read More RE-UNCOVERED A 1500-YEAR-OLD BYZANTINE CONVENT IN A MILITARY ZONE IN CENTRAL ISRAEL

“DEEP WATERS”, WORK #17 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

© Roberto Alborghetti  Macro photographs in frame. For this Summer Gallery 2022 I have virtually placed a series of macro-photographs from my “Lacer/Actions” project within a graphic structure that recalls a frame. I think it is a way of enhancing the images taken in the very first phase of my research – over twenty years… Read More “DEEP WATERS”, WORK #17 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

NORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY: TECHNOLOGY AND TRADITIONAL CRAFT COMBINE TO HIGHLIGHT WOMEN’S SAFETY

An intercontinental project by a Northumbria University researcher is using traditional crafting techniques and the latest technology to explore the international issue of women’s safety. Dr Angelika Strohmayer, Assistant Professor at Northumbria School of Design and Programme Leader for the BA (Hons) in Interaction Design, is collaborating on the initiative with Dr Özge Subasi, the director… Read More NORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY: TECHNOLOGY AND TRADITIONAL CRAFT COMBINE TO HIGHLIGHT WOMEN’S SAFETY

“SMILE”, WORK #16 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

© Roberto Alborghetti  Macro photographs in frame. For this Summer Gallery 2022 I have virtually placed a series of macro-photographs from my “Lacer/Actions” project within a graphic structure that recalls a frame. I think it is a way of enhancing the images taken in the very first phase of my research – over twenty years… Read More “SMILE”, WORK #16 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

SICILIAN DAYS / THE SPECTACULAR GORGES OF ALCANTARA SHAPED BY WATER AND LAVA

© Roberto Alborghetti At the foot of the Etna volcano, a few kilometers from Taormina (Sicily, Italy) there is an unmissable destination: the Alcantara Gorges, a spectacular canyon that the force of the water and the impetus of the lava have modeled in a suggestive way, in the course of thousands of years. High up… Read More SICILIAN DAYS / THE SPECTACULAR GORGES OF ALCANTARA SHAPED BY WATER AND LAVA

SLIDESHOW #3 / THE BLUE WASTE CONTAINER IN BEESTON (UK): MACRO PHOTOS OF SCRATCHES, CORROSIONS AND RUST

Watch the Slideshow – © Roberto Alborghetti  Even on my last visit to Beeston, a city that borders Nottingham, I discovered something interesting that caught my attention and my eyes. Here, where The Ghost Bus project was born, I came across, last spring, not a car or a bus of public transport, but a large… Read More SLIDESHOW #3 / THE BLUE WASTE CONTAINER IN BEESTON (UK): MACRO PHOTOS OF SCRATCHES, CORROSIONS AND RUST

POMPEII: THE GREAT ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK “EXPLORED” WITH NEW PROJECTS AND TECHNOLOGIES

In autumn 2022, Pompeii Commitment. Archaeological Matters – the first long-term, contemporary art programme, established by the Archaeological Park of Pompeii – launches its first printed publication as well as a new yearly programme of Digital Fellowships, whose inaugural participants are seven international artists, designers, thinkers, and researchers: Formafantasma, Allison Katz, Miao Ying, Legacy Russell, Anri Sala, Rose Salane, and Sissel Tolaas. Pompeii Commitment. Archaeological Matters was conceived in 2020 by Massimo Osanna (General Director of… Read More POMPEII: THE GREAT ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK “EXPLORED” WITH NEW PROJECTS AND TECHNOLOGIES

“THE LADY”, WORK #15 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

© Roberto Alborghetti  Macro photographs in frame. For this Summer Gallery 2022 I have virtually placed a series of macro-photographs from my “Lacer/Actions” project within a graphic structure that recalls a frame. I think it is a way of enhancing the images taken in the very first phase of my research – over twenty years… Read More “THE LADY”, WORK #15 / SUMMER GALLERY ’22: MACRO PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRAME

SICILIAN DAYS / IT’S RAINING… COLORFUL UMBRELLAS IN THE HISTORICAL CENTER OF CATANIA

A shower of umbrellas in the heart of Catania. As if to contrast with the dark colors of the stones of the buildings and the pavement – pure lava rock, taken from the flanks of Etna, the mother mountain of Sicily for centuries – in some historic streets, close to the monumental center, here is… Read More SICILIAN DAYS / IT’S RAINING… COLORFUL UMBRELLAS IN THE HISTORICAL CENTER OF CATANIA