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Digital Heritage 2018 3rd International Congress & Expo
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Monday, October 29 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Roundtable: The response of the human cognitive system to aesthetic perception LIMITED
Limited Capacity seats available

The aim of this Special Session roundtable is an interdisciplinary approach of the complex phenomenon that takes place during aesthetic perception, to explore the response of the human cognitive system to aesthetic perception, with the objective of contributing a transdisciplinary methodological approach for the fruition and transmission of the cultural heritage.

It is focused on analysis of the observer's capacity to enter into contact with the work of art through the sensory channels and how this relation can also be augmented through the use of multimedia technologies modulated in line with contemporary scientific approaches. To consider how the contact between visitor and art- can be subjected to an impact analysis based on a protocol combining quantitative and qualitative data, to improve the effectiveness of the design strategies related to museum layout and multimedia technologies.

Format: roundtable

Perla Gianni Falvo’s focus on the psycho-social impact in the perception of environment has guided all her work, from designing TV sets to designing museum exhibitions. Her interdisciplinary approach to the mysterious relationship between human beings and their art, essential and eternal, is the driving theme behind her research.

Massimo Bergamasco has founded PERCRO in 1991. He is Full Professor of Applied Mechanics at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna and he is Director of the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies of the School.
He leads the research group on Mind Sciences.

Valeri Manera brings to the table the knowledge and experience gained from a distinguished career in finance as well as a profound love of and familiarity with the fine arts. Over the years his growing interest in human sciences and perception led him to question the effectiveness of the traditional ways exhibitions have been organized and visual arts have been presented to the public.

Moderators
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Perla Gianni Falvo

Partner, Art Perception International
Perla Gianni Falvo’s focus on the psycho-social impact in the perception of environment has guided all her work, from designing TV sets to designing museum exhibitions. Her interdisciplinary approach to the mysterious relationship between human beings and their art, essential and... Read More →

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Massimo Bergamasco

Professor of Applied Mechanics, Perceptual Robotics Laboratory, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Massimo Bergamasco has founded PERCRO in 1991. He is Full Professor of Applied Mechanics at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna and he is Director of the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies of the School. He leads the research group on Mind Sciences.
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Giovanni Valeri Manera

Partner, Art Perception International
Valeri Manera brings to the table the knowledge and experience gained from a distinguished career in finance as well as a profound love of and familiarity with the fine arts. Over the years his growing interest in human sciences and perception led him to question the effectiveness... Read More →


Monday October 29, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

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