Presentation and credits
Interactive Multimedia Installation
Directed by Ali Zaidi
Concept Multimedia System: Stefano Sburlati and Vanessa Vozzo
With 40 students of Università and Politecnico di Torino
Nomadi is an interactive multimedia installation in which the visitor is involved in an evocative audio-visual journey consisting of more than 50 videos that reveal the origins of three ingredients: rice, wheat and coffee.
Necessary and universal raw materials, these foods are steeped in culture from which infinite narratives can derive that testify to the diaspora as well as the meeting between civilizations.Through a series of short video-interviews and informative videos it is understood how these seeds are absorbed from our diverse culture, their traditional use and the way they continue to characterize our civilization.
Nomadi was created thanks to the work of 40 students of the Degree Course in Dams (University of Turin) and in Cinema and Media Engineering (Polytechnic of Turin) who with great professionalism and passion, under the artistic direction of Alì Zaidi and thanks to the team of media designers and tutors of Officine Sintetici, reveal delicious culinary secrets in the intimacy of the home or in characteristic Piedmontese restaurants.
Nomadi consists of audio-visual content (video, graphics, photographs, sounds) coordinated through a digital interaction system based on the Isadora software and the Arduino open source platform that allows you to actively involve the public
Nomadi consists of audio-visual content (video, graphics, photographs, sounds) coordinated through a digital interaction system based on the Isadora software and on the Arduino open source platform that allows you to actively involve the public.
Nomadi Has been exhibited at PAV Parco Arte Vivente of Torino in December 2013. The work has been on display at PAV from January to March 2014.