(Teleborsa) – Enel I pay tribute to the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri bringing Dante’s Paradise on electrical substations of E-Distribution, the group company that manages the medium and low voltage grid. They will be 9 mural interventions on as many electrical substations – also through a particular ecological paint capable of eliminating bacteria and absorbing pollutants – to remember the Supreme, who disappeared in Ravenna on the night between 13 and 14 September 1321.
“This initiative aims to celebrate and raise awareness of Dante’s Italian culture and genius through the disruptive power of images, and together it contributes to the redevelopment of city spaces for the benefit of the whole community – he commented Vincenzo Ranieri, CEO of E-Distribuzione – An activity that as E-Distribuzione we have been carrying out for some years, making agreements with artists from all over the world to convert our electrical substations into valuable works that embellish urban architecture “.
Each canvas, signed by the artist Danilo Pistone, aka Neve, represents in an allegorical key the 9 skies of Dante’s Paradise, “full of meanings and symbols that blend well with those of light and energy associated with the E-Distribuzione brand”, underlines the company. The first three murals have already been painted in Novara, Ravenna and Soave (Verona) and respectively depict the sky 9, 6 and 4. The other 6 works are under construction in Tuscany and in other Italian cities. The project is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture. It will be contained in each booth created a piece that will make up a tenth exclusively digital image, revealed only at the end of the project, expected by the end of the year.