The Italian cultural heritage boasts 4,976 public and private sites of interest. Accessible museums offering services for disabled visitors are still few.
The encounter with art is an experience that lasts an eternity. When we find ourselves in front of an artistic piece, its history seems to live in the present, overcoming the dimension of space and time to become anew every time. It is through sharing that a photograph, a painting or an installation comes to life and becomes an artistic heritage of all and for all, or almost.
In terms of accessibility, people with motor disabilities, deficits and visual difficulties have specific needs that can not be ignored. Today’s biggest challenge is to create experiential pathways that can not only enhance the works, but their use.
If innovation is not widespread, it does not create inclusion. For this reason, using new technologies is an opportunity to revolutionize the way art is experienced, breaking down the architectural and perceptive barriers that still prevent it from being a truly universal language.