Apr 122016


Otzi is an an audio-visual work developed for the MuseRuole Festival at Museion Museum for Modern and Contemporary Art in Bolzano/Italy, on 27th May 2016.  It is inspired by the story of the Ötzi the ieceman, an extremely well-preserved natural mummy who was found buried in ice in the nearby Ötztal Alps (hence the name). His body and belongings are now on display in the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology, close to the festival venue.

The story is told on the molecular level, bringing together digitally mediated drawing and voice. The image below depicts film stills of individual drawings.

MuseRuole Festival is curated by Valeria Merlini, aka JD Zazie.




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