Bill Viola

Palazzo Strozzi

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CLIENT: Bill Viola Studio
March 2017

The Palazzo Strozzi built in the Early Renaissance in Florence is home to the exhibition of the American media artist, Bill Viola. The show titled “Electronic Renaissance” shows a cross section of his works from the 1970s to the present day. In the comparison of the predominantly large-size video installations and select masterpieces of Italian Renaissance paintings, the important role 15th and 16th century art is revealed as a fundamental source of inspiration for Viola’s works, which are considered icons of media art.

235 MEDIA took responsibility for the technical planning, realisation and supervision of the exhibition, provided video and audio technology for 17 installations and realised the technical structure.

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