Workshops and talks with the artists and their scientific collaborators about radiowaves, including a guided tour of the Invisible Light exhibition focusing particularly on the artwork Radio Hat Workshop.

The Italian Minister of Post and Telegraphs scrawled “Alla Lungara” across a letter requesting funds to develop a wireless telegraph machine, received from Guglielmo Marconi in 1896.  The hospital for the mentally ill in Rome was on Via della Lungara at the time, so “Alla Lungara”  clearly meant  “to the mad house”. Marconi’s invention went on to change the world, laying the foundations of a communications revolution that still continues.

Talks are free but pre-booking is essential through Eventbrite.

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If you missed one, you can see it HERE!