Thirst for knowledge – Rediscover the Renaissance with Skullmapping
Skullmapping’s team amazed the visitors of yet another Museum with a permanent exhibition at The Museum Hof van Busleyden. The Renaissance had its fair share of innovations: rediscovering nature, its pattern and rules, mapping the world and charting undiscovered territories. The 15th and 16th century mark the beginning of Arts and Science walking hand in hand and the rebirth of the Human creative mind. What better way to compliment the exhibition than with an innovation proper to our time?
Inspired by the biggest names of this time period, Da Vinci, Vesalius, Dodoens, Copernicus, Dürer and many others, Skullmapping used the storytelling skills of Filip Sterckx (Writer & Director) and the Mirror Head to show what it meant to be an artist back then.
One dynamic projector – Panasonic RZ470 – coupled with a Mirror Head MH09-L and a fixed projector sufficed to render the exhibition interactive.