With the Vitruvio AR+ application it is possible to interact in augmented reality with the contents of the portfolio and other Vitruvio Virtual Museum publications.

Reality is that thing which is ‘more’ than we can describe.

L. Caffo, M. Ferraris

The user interacts with the artworks in the paper catalog of the exhibition “The Call of Cthulhu” through the application of augmented reality.

“The famous novel builds an imaginary landscape into which the works of the artists are hosted. Sharing stories and images that investigate the boundaries of reality, the works will explore the gap between fantasy and madness.
The creations of parallel geographies transform reality into an extended number of possibilities. Experimental geographies and the research of the imaginary topography are mixed with dreamlike visions and ancestral journeys.
What happens when past and future come together generating absurd forms of the imaginary? What is the border between reality and fiction? Is it fantasy, in its most absurd and monstrous algorithms, that tries to find a new dimension in reality?”

The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind
to correlate all its contents. […]

H. P. Lovecraft

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