Incertezza - Interpretare il presente, prevedere il futuro
Tre stazioni per arte-scienza, Palazzo delle Esposizioni
Rome, 12.10.2021 – 27.02.2022

How does science deal with uncertainty?

A series of multimedia and interactive installations to explain scientific fundamentals in an accessible and intuitive way.
People can interact with digital pendulums to learn the Theory of Chaos, speak with magic doors to discover the Monty Hall problem and understand Heisenberg's uncertainty principle trying to capture abstract animated shapes that represent quantum waves. And finally to unveil how the weather forecasts work thanks to data through a contemplative video.

Credits
"Tre stazioni per arte-scienza"
Promoted by ROMA Culture

Interaction Design by
Dotdotdot

Ideation and organization by
Azienda Speciale Palaexpo

Curated by
INFN Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare (Vincenzo Barone, Fernando Ferroni, Vincenzo Napolano, Antonella Varaschin)

Exhibition Design by
Formafantasma

(Other interactive installations have been designed by Limiteazero)

Team
Laura Dellamotta
Alessandro Masserdotti
Fabrizio Pignoloni
Sara Maniscalco
Jib Ambhika Samsen
Mariasilvia Poltronieri
Nicola Ariutti
Davide Bonafede
Martina Merigo
Simone Bacchini
Michele Invernizzi
Tiziano Berti

Photography & video by
Propp, view on Vimeo