Imagine turning masses of data into a synthesis of information that’s quick to sink in, and pretty neat to watch. Statistics about the present, and near future, of Italy – trends, hopes, actions to take – translated into a flow of small epiphanies, flashes opening the eyes of visitors as they enter the Stazione Futuro exhibition. This is Agenda Italia 2020.
Bold graphics and great timing make each tall, slim LED totem communicate instantly the findings emerging from an extensive study by research institute, Censis about the school system, job market, healthcare issues, elderly population, growing cities, internet revolution and energy strategies.
Visitors can interact with the installation by leaving comments and messages using a touch table and see them published along with the data and the graphics.
Concept, Design & Development: ToDo
in collaboration with Michelle Nebiolo and Miguel Cabanzo
Research material: Censis.it
Thanks to: Paola Zini, Sara Fortunati
Technical partner: Euphon
The exhibition marks the 150th anniversary of the Italian state. It had an unprecedented 35,000 visitors on the first weekend alone (mid-March). Curated by Wired Italia editor, Riccardo Luna, it celebrates the best in Italian creativity and innovation, focusing on the pivots of change in the next 10 years: energy, environment, recycling, chemistry, textiles, mobility, home, food, communication, work, robotics, space.
Check out also another project we designed for Stazione Futuro
Shooting and Editing video: Logout
Music: Not Just Numbers – Apparat