Abbecedario Of Food Museums – V come Vigna

ABC D. Four letters – the first of the alphabet – give life to a word with obscure and mysterious overtones: abecedario.
The book to learn the alphabet and learn to read, adored by generations of schoolchildren (Pinocchio had it too!), illustrated with the colors and shapes of the guide objects chosen as witnesses of a world yet to be discovered.

But also an alphabet of the heart – to put it like the great Gillo Dorfles – which uses words as a master key to know (and recognize and recognize) a past full of stories, emotions, culture…

A for plough, B for barrel, C for boiler…

ABC D. Four letters – the first of the alphabet – give life to a word with obscure and mysterious overtones: abecedario.
The book to learn the alphabet and learn to read, adored by generations of schoolchildren (Pinocchio had it too!), illustrated with the colors and shapes of the guide objects chosen as witnesses of a world yet to be discovered.

But also an alphabet of the heart – to put it like the great Gillo Dorfles – which uses words as a master key to know (and recognize and recognize) a past full of stories, emotions, culture…

A for plough, B for barrel, C for boiler…

The letters unfold in a story that gives voice – like a modern storyteller – to ancient crafts and sounds in which the shape of individual objects becomes a mirror of the society that created them.

A way to discover – from word to object and from object to the world – this heritage of knowledge that generations have accumulated over time behind us and that we, often careless, no longer know how to read.
A primer to learn – with that of objects – our history and read, reflected in the objects lovingly kept by the Museums of Food, a slice of our future.
Alessandra Mordacci, Curator of the Food Museums, gives voice and narration to the objects in the collections on display at the Food Museums of Parma.

The letters unfold in a story that gives voice – like a modern storyteller – to ancient crafts and sounds in which the shape of individual objects becomes a mirror of the society that created them.

A way to discover – from word to object and from object to the world – this heritage of knowledge that generations have accumulated over time behind us and that we, often careless, no longer know how to read.
A primer to learn – with that of objects – our history and read, reflected in the objects lovingly kept by the Museums of Food, a slice of our future.
Alessandra Mordacci, Curator of the Food Museums, gives voice and narration to the objects in the collections on display at the Food Museums of Parma.

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