The installation by digital artist Franz Cerami
made intensive use of the rich art tradition of the city of Naples. For this project Cerami presented four unpublished video projections on the facade of Castel dell'Ovo, which alternated with those of students of the Suor Orsola Benincasa University.
“Naples has always been a source of inspiration for works of art,” says Franz Cerami. “The city is continuously being reshaped and reworked in new artwork and by new artists, who use new technology. Thanks to Barco projection technology, we can build on this rich heritage and at the same time bring something innovative that hasn’t been seen before.”
The video mapping was supported by Italian Barco partner Service2Service
, who took care of the design, technical setup and implementation. Service2Service opted for Barco’s UDX series to turn Franz Cerami’s work into an unforgettable piece of art.
“Considering the impressive size of the projection - approximately 60 x 40 meters, over 2,000 square meters of target surface and projected from a distance of over 100 meters - we decided to rely on the power and reliability of the Barco UDX-4k32k projectors,” says Iron Italiani, CEO of Service2Service.