What may be the earliest surviving objects seen by microscope – specimens prepared and viewed by the early Dutch naturalist Antoni van Leeuwenhoek – have been reunited with one of his original microscopes for a state of the art photoshoot.
The new video format Hertziana Insights aimed at narrating the scientific activities of the Bibliotheca Hertziana. The first episode of the series is dedicated to the research project Rome Contemporary. The video was made in collaboration with Land Comunications.
The international conference "Travelling Maps. Cartography’s nomadic languages across art, literature, politics and media" aims at extending the research horizons developed in the last years around the cartographic dispositive, to deepen the methodologies of the so called "cartographic turn" and revise its categories of analysis in an interdisciplinary interplay.
Towards a Media History of the Women’s Liberation Movement. Delphine Seyrig and Early Video in France. This lecture is based on the ongoing research and exhibition project on the legacy of French actress, video maker and activist Delphine Seyrig.