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HUFFPOST | The Living Chapel debuts at the Botanical Garden of Rome for an art and music show

On the Huffington Post, an excellent article by Francesca Alliata Bronner on the success of the Living Chapel project and the installation just opened at the Botanical Garden in Rome, of which I am curator and programme director.

An open-air chapel garden of the exact dimensions as St Francis of Assisi's Porziuncola, not made by wall bricks but by vertical gardens, water-powered music and artistic creations made from recycled materials. Today, 5 June (from 5 to 6.30 pm), on World Environment Day 2020, dedicated this year to biodiversity, the Living Chapel is presented to the world with a live streaming from the Botanical Garden of Rome.

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