FEELING WITHOUT TOUCHING
Sight is the sense that allows us to enjoy beauty and appreciate the environment around us. If you don’t hear anything, you can’t enjoy music, which is sometimes capable of overcoming the splendour of a landscape. During the pandemic, those who have unfortunately met Covid, realised how important the sense of taste and the sense of smell are, first of all to appreciate food.
There is a sense, however, that we think about much less than others. The last one that remains (except for those who also believe in the sixth): touch. Feeling the rough bark of a tree on your hand, the soft coat of a cat on your cheek, the raindrops on your face, the wind in your hair, the sand under your feet. What if we could feel something without touching it?
We have “challenged” nature, or rather our perception, trying to evoke a sense through another. We have created images that stimulate touch and evoke the sensation of touching through sight.
We usually just have a visual experience of images, but the “material” aspect of these ones give us the sensation of touching them with our eyes. To feel without touching.
Creative direction: Diorama
Art direction: Gilberto Bonelli
Set designer & 3D artist: Filip Delić