The exhibition is profoundly inspired by the exposed archeological material, ornamental products in Sardinia and peninsular Italy, especially golds.
The project evokes a gold filigree mesh, made up of exhibition modules of different dimension and height, one hundred golden leaves that interact with each other, combine and seem to be floating in a black space, in the shadow of the museum rooms.
The lighting has been realized in a way that emphasizes the light and shadow play, bringing out the objects and making the exhibition surfaces glow.
The show is composed of five sections, three on the ground floor and two on the first floor. From the first floor, through a long skylight, it’s also possible to appreciate the main hall and the height play of the golden modules.
The visit route is also accompanied by 4 sound installations, one for each room, that aim to amplify the sense of suspension that permeates the exhibition.