Tempo di lupi - Time of the Wolf

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“I like the wolf, but he scares me a little bit too. He eats little pigs, the granny and Little Red Riding Hood. He has got big pointed teeth…” tells little Magherita, one of the characters that leads visitors through the discovery of the exhibition “TEMPO DI LUPI” (TIME OF THE WOLF. The story of a return).
From December 20 to March 1, the travelling exhibition hosted by MUSE will describe and illustrate the wolf starting from six characters and their personal, emotional point of view through interactive exhibits, historical and actual items.

Thanks to the mediated view, the visitor will increase his objective and scientifically correct awareness with research accuracy and honesty, debunking fables and superstitions.

Thus, here in exhibition, a voice of a hypothetical Paleolithic predator, the witness of a relationship nearly mystic and magic, more primitive and natural towards the wolf, as well as the voice of a medieval farmer telling an historical and dramatic period for man, in which this animal had been considered as an evil entity.
Moreover there is the opinion and way of thinking of a nowadays’ farmer - a group of people that is today more affected by the return of the wolf; a tourist considerations, fascinated and attracted but at the same time scared by the carnivore; the interest of a researcher that studies wolves and has the desire to transfer knowledge to all citizens. Last but not least, a child’s gaze – frightened by the animal as it is represented in fables, nevertheless experiencing fascination and affection.
The child’s tale brings a certain view of the wolf to life, a view linked to the imaginary created by the fables – scaring but fascinating too – leading adults back in time. 



A selection of cartoons and books will help to examine the future of this animal, to consider all difficulties that put his survival in danger, allowing to replace the natural mistrust towards the wolf with a scientific, exact and rational information.

 

LIFE WOLFALPS presenta 
Tempo di lupi. La storia di un ritorno

Mostra itinerante del progetto LIFE WOLFALPS 

Curatela
Davide Dalpiaz, Osvaldo Negra, Alessandra Pallaveri 

Supervisione scientifica
Francesca Marucco con Giuseppe Canavese, Claudio Groff, Michele Lanzinger, Paolo Pedrini

Testi
Osvaldo Negra con Irene Borgna, Erika Chiecchio, Elisa Largaiolli, Aleksandra Majic Skrbinsek, Francesca Marucco, Arianna Menzano, Katia Musso, Alessandra Pallaveri, Hubert Potočnik, Elisa Ramassa, Luciano Sammarone 

Coordinamento organizzativo
Antonia Caola, Lavinia Del Longo, Carlo Maiolini


Progetto Allestimento
Dotdotdot

Tassidermie e diorami
Stefano Cordioli, Meinrad Forer 

Illustrazioni
Sarah Richiuso

Coordinamento allestimenti MUSE e sicurezza 
Gabriele Devigili, Alessandra Tomasi

Realizzazione Allestimento
Innscena s.r.l.

Traduzioni
Mariano Casti per Trust Servizi


Coordinamento eventi e attività educative
Samuela Caliari 

Team attività educative - EduMUSE
Maria Bertolini, Maria Vittoria Zucchelli, Katia Danieli, Serena Dorigotti, Patrizia Famà, Marina Galetto, Christian Lavarian, Alessandra Pallaveri  Team eventiGiovanni Agostini, Elisa Maria Casati, Augusta Celesti, Katia Danieli, Federica Moretti, Stefania Tarter, Massimiliano Tardio, Rosaria Viola, Michela Zenatti

Comunicazione MUSE
Loris Berardi, Chiara Rinaldi, Elisa Tessaro, Chiara Veronesi, Monika Vettori


Visite guidate
Pilot e coach - MUSE

Si ringraziano per la collaborazione
Alessio Barale, Duccio Berzi, Michele Barbieri, Tommaso Borghetti, Natalia Bragalanti, Chiara Braschi, Christian Casarotto, Giuseppe Castelli, Guido Ceccolini, Anna Cenerini, Ettore Centofanti, Paolo Ciucci, Paolo Cocco, Mattia Colombo, Paolo Colombo, Fabio Copiatti, Maria Chiara Deflorian, Giuseppe Dematteis, Rossella Duches, Massimo Favaron, Damiano Fedeli, Klaus Foehl, Fabio Fogliazza, Alex Fontana, Carlo Frapporti, Marco Galaverni, Orlando Gallo, Giuseppe Grilli, Corradino Guacci, Rob Linder, Luigi Marchesi, Sandro Marescutti, Alessandra Mango, Davide Manzoni, Michele Menegon, Arianna Menzano, Danio Miserocchi, Luigi Molinari, Rebecca Mombelli, Donatella Mongera, Aldo Oriani, Luca Orlando, Roberto Parri, Sonja Pauen, Marco Pavanello, Stefano Pecorella, Gianni Penasa, Fabio Perillo, Sergio Perron, Augusto Rivelli, Laura Rizzi, Elisabetta Maria Rossi, Massimo Rosso, Ivan Stocchetti, Karol Tabarelli de Fatis, Stefano Tienforti, Chiara Trevisin, Bruno Usseglio, Claudio Venturini Delsolaro, Stefano Vettorazzi, Nanni Villani, Michela Zalunardo, Paolo Zanghellini, Matteo Zeni, Davide e Isacco Zerbini, Margherita Zingaro
 

Un ringraziamento particolare a
Irene Borgna, Antonio Iannibelli, Laura Martinelli, Elisa Ramassae Casa editrice Il Castoro, Giunti Editore, LIFE ANTIDOTO, LIFE Ibriwolf, Provincia autonoma di Trento – Servizio foreste e fauna

LIFE WOLFALPS è un progetto europeo coordinato da 
PNAM
 
Con la partecipazione di
 

Mostra realizzata grazie al contributo LIFE, uno strumento finanziario dell'Unione Europea

 
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Exhibition
Where
When
From 20 dicembre 2014
To 1 marzo 2015
Time
MUSE opening hours
For whom
All
Ticket
Access to the exhibition is included in the MUSE entrance ticket