Interactive Museum of Energy in Settimo Torinese (Torino, Italy)
Restauration and restoration of Leonardo’s Mill and Hydraulic Saw (reproduction of the XV century).
Within the project “How to communicate gender equality” (City Council of Turin, Assessorato Pari Opportunity 2007) the Wesen Institute has realized a training kit for teachers and an exhibition dedicated to student’s works on equal opportunites.
The exhibition, a multi-sensorial journey to the discovery of the genre stereotypes, has travelled within the region and has reached three provinces. The exhibit has been set up in Novara, Asti, Cuneo.
The students’ works realized in the framework of the project on gender stereotypes have been collected and have become an exhibit.
In the main hall of Porta Nuova, Turin station, a new exhibition on contemporary people’s rights: a sensorial journey to the discovery of the stereotypes that have influenced one hundred years of Italian history.
Installation about hydrogen as one single topic: what it is, how it is produced, how it is used and how financially viable it is.
The target of these installations is to open a window onto the technology used in the medical field for the imaging diagnosis, with particular attention to those technologies that enable us to see inside the human body.
This series of installations focus on the relationship between sport ad health.