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Shows are usually evening performances of one hour and a half that take place in darkened locations.
Four or five multi-image works, which can last from 6 to 15 minutes, are inserted in the programme.
A short introduction broaches the subject.
When programming the show, works are usually chosen in order to give an example of all subjects developed by the Association, giving to the public an overall idea of the emotional potential of multi-image.
On demand, it is however possible to suggest shows based on a particular subject.
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Usually the corporations interested to the shows are:
• Cultural Departments
• Libraries
• Photographic clubs
• Promoters of artistic events
More than five hundreds among personal shows and participations to multi-image events have confirmed the value of the proposed message.
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Another style of performance is the permanent installation of a presentation in a location properly equipped for this purpose such as a museum room or a wide external or indoor area.
The most important installation we have produced without any doubt was SUONI DI IMMAGINI, which was realized thanks to 18 projectors in cooperation with the association “Il Parallelo Multivisioni” of Padua.
This work, entirely dedicated to the natural world, was reproduced in the following locations:
• In 1998 inside the Sala Storica of the Town Hall of Rieti for the international multimedia festival “Arte Multivisione”
• In 1999 inside the chapel of the S.Pietro Cloister in Asolo (TV) for “Fantadia”
• In 2000 inside the purpose-built structure for the Raasm Balloon Meeting in Cassola (VI)
In total more than 13.000 spectators have watched the performance.
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Some towns which hosted our shows

Abano Terme (PD)
Agordo (BL)
Asiago (VI)
Asolo (TV)
Belluno
Bologna
Bolzano
Borgomanero (NO)
Bra (CN)
Busto Arsizio (VA)
Cagli (PU)
Campoformido (UD)
Castelfranco Veneto (TV)
Castellanza (VA)
Chiampo (VI)
Chivasso (TO)

Cittadella (PD)
Colle Val d'Elsa (SI)
Cologna Veneta (VR)
Concorezzo (MI)
Conegliano (TV)
Cortona (AR)
Dolceacqua (IM)
Gemona (UD)
Genova
Malo (VI)
Matelica (MC)
Meldola (FC)
Merano (BZ)
Mira (VE)
Monastier (TV)
Monfalcone (GO)

Monforte (CN)
Nerviano (MI)
Olgiate d'Adda (VA)
Padova
Pergine Valsugana (TN)
Reggio Emilia
Remanzacco (UD)
Rieti
Romanengo (CR)
Rosà (VI)
Rovereto S.S. (MO)
Rovereto (TN)
Saluzzo (CN)
San Donà di Piave (VE)
San Giovanni al Natisone (UD)
San Giovanni in Persiceto (BO)

San Vittore Olona (MI)
Sarezzo (BS)
Savigliano (CN)
Savignano sul Rubicone (FC)
Schio (VI)
Spinea (VE)
Tarcento (UD)
Tavagnacco (UD)
Torino
Trevignano (TV)
Treviso
Trieste
Valdagno (VI)
Villa Chiara (BS)
Vittorio Veneto (TV)
Udine

• Invited to FESTIVAL DE LA PHOTO ANIMALIERE E DE NATURE in Montier en Der (France) 2008 and 2012 - www.festiphoto-montier.org
• Invited to RENCONTRES DE L'IMAGE DE MONTAGNE at the Parc des Ecrins (France) 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2013 - www.ecrins-parcnational.fr
• Invited to GRANDEUR NATURE at the Festival de l'Image Projetée in Chelles (France) from 2011 to 2017 - www.multiphot.com
MARCO POLO MULTIVISIONI Cultural Association - Via A. Serena, 17 - 31044 Montebelluna (TV) Italy - C.F. e P.IVA 03306380266
For informations write to Carlo De Agnoi at info@marcopolomultivisioni.it