Taüll 1123 - Heritage VideoMapping


The authentic romanesque paintings of Sant Climent de Taüll declared world heritage site by UNESCO are missing from the church that they belong to. The genuine frescoes currenly placed in the MNAC museum are now projected in the apse through a video mapping. The video mapping is a permanent installation inside the church that not only recreates digitally the frescoes through an animation, it also explain the pictoric process that the artist used in the XII B.C century to create the piece. Designed by Albert Burzon

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