a multimedia exhibit
A “small” exhibition dedicated to a “great figure,” Lina Bo Bardi, a pioneer of Italian architecture, on the occasion of the centennial of the architect’s birth. This exhibition retraces the history of Lina Bo, in the form of a reverse chronology: from 1946, the year she left for South America with her husband Pietro Maria Bardi, back to her graduation in Rome in 1939. It tells the story of her intense and tormented years in Milan, prior to her departure for Brazil, a nation she adopted as her home and where she finally found personal and professional satisfaction. The Piranesi Experience has developed a multimedia path into the exhibition, producing 3 shortmovies directed by Ernesta Caviola and inspired by the film under development ‘Lina. Architecture at Tiffany’.