Houses on water tells the story about the Fiavé stilts (a prehistoric village) through the lens of an imaginative memory where alternating animated paintings made of shadows, gestures, visions of landscape and nature.
A world made up of heterogeneous materials, real objects and cut-out: paper, wood, wool, branches, clay, cloth; where individuals transformed into shadows inhabit visions and ancient memories in which the spectator can be immersed.
With the aim to opening this fascinating historical era to a wider public, the multimedia room was set up with our video installazione, where the visitor concludes the journey through an immersive experience, aimed at making him travel in a distant and mysterious time, able to inform and impressive him on the value and history of this special place.
The museum presents an extraordinary variety of objects: ceramics, jewels, wooden tools among the oldest in the world used for domestic life, agricultural work, breeding and hunting.
Starting from the study of the finds and their use, we have reinterpreted as props of puppet theater, building the narrative on the actions of village life.