The exhibition, housed in the fourteenth-century monastery of San Giacomo, is dedicated to the “interreligious dialogue” between East and West. The set up is designed to trigger relationships of coexistence and dialogue between man, works and space.
Hermann Nitsch, father of the Viennese Azionism, proposes the ritual and mysterious aspects of Catholicism through the great book «Levitikus», opened on the altar as an ancient antiphonary.
The installation “Relitti”, with priestly garments and ritual artifacts derived from the performances played by the Austrian artist between 1996 and 2014, is placed on the bottom of the apse. The path continues with 13 engravings by Vittorio Pavoncello who interprets the themes of some books of the Torah and culminates with two works by Vettor Pisani, created by the artist thinking about atmospheres.