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Teaching and Learning about Solar Power through the Built Environment (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Nicoletti, E. (2017, November). Teaching and Learning about Solar Power through the Built Environment. Presented at Solar Art Forum, The Fire Station Artist in Residence, Doha

The built environment we experience shapes us, as perceptions become memories and facilitate learning. Urban skins can be powerful media which have been used to convey meanings and educate people since ancient times. Nowadays, they are a form of art... Read More about Teaching and Learning about Solar Power through the Built Environment.

Solar Shimmer (2017)
Physical Artefact
Nicoletti, E., & Castronovo, A. (2017). Solar Shimmer. [Solar Artwork]. The Fire Station Artist in Residence, Doha

Inspired by motifs recurring in Bedouin textiles, Solar Shimmer is a kinetic screen that displays a vibrant, geometric pattern created with solar energy and discarded plastics. The physical ‘pixels’ forming the pattern consist of colourful solar-powe... Read More about Solar Shimmer.

Dancing Screen (2013)
Physical Artefact
Nicoletti, E. (2013). Dancing Screen. [Solar Artwork]. Midland, Michigan

'Dancing Screen' represents the experiment for creating lightweight, kinetic architectural screens that can supply renewable energy generated from sunlight, making it available to people in public spaces. The artwork is composed of flexible photolumi... Read More about Dancing Screen.

Il problema del contenimento energetico (2012)
Book Chapter
Nicoletti, E. (2012). Il problema del contenimento energetico. In K. Gasparini (Ed.), Schermi urbani: Tecnologia e innovazione - Nuovi sistemi per le facciate mediatiche (60-61). Wolters Kluwer Italia

Il Medium e il Messaggio in Architettura (2012)
Book Chapter
Nicoletti, E. (2012). Il Medium e il Messaggio in Architettura. In K. Gasparini (Ed.), Schermi urbani: Tecnologia e innovazione - Nuovi sistemi per le facciate mediatiche. , (13-23). Wolters Kluwer Italia


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