MONUMENTAL DANTE’S NATURA -THEMED ART INSTALLATION ILLIMUNITES THE FIELD MUSEUM FACACE WITH A SPECTACULAR DISPLAY OF POETRY AND LIGHT


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---“Divina Natura,” an breathtaking light and sound installation that will bathe the north facade of The Field Museum in a spectacular display of light, illustrations and poetry based on Dante’s masterwork “The Divine Comedy” Light and sound art-installation by Marco Nero Rotelli, world-renowned Italian artist. Chicago poets, including Ana Castillo, Osama Esber, Reginald Gibbons, Arica Hilton, Elise Paschen, Lisa Simou and Chana Zelig, will read original poetry as part of presentation. Music by soprano Karolina Dvorakova , Adrian Leverkhun and Thomas Masters will accompany the presentation. One night only June 24, 2013 The Field Museum, 1400 S Lake Shore Drive. The Italian Cultural Institute and the Field Museum will present Marco Nero Rotelli’s “Divina Natura,” a stunning sound and light installation on the facade of The Field Museum, inspired by Dante’s Inferno. The fluid, colorful projections will beautifully light up the building while poets read original work in both English and their native languages. Soprano Karolina Dvorakova sings improvisations to Adrian Leverkhun and Thomas Masters’ original soundtrack. The light show will last one hour. The actual presentation will be on Monday, June 24 at 9:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public as part of the Year of Italian Culture celebration. Read more at UnRatedMagazine.com |
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