A ribbon of reflecting walls traces a design with rings, reflecting the historical portico: it symbolizes the perpetual motion of creativity that generates new visions of the world

At the center of the Cortile d’Onore, a spectacular line composed of reflecting parts that closes to form a sort of circuit with three rings: this is the creation of Sergei Tchoban and Sergey Kuznetsov of the studio Speech Tchoban & Kuznetsov, with Agniya Sterligova.

The installation sets out to portray the concept of perpetual motion and engages viewers in a game of reflections and views. The reflecting parts almost neutralize their presence, reflecting the monumental context and revealing always new images.

Living Line, done in collaboration with Velko 2000, offers a creative mediation between reality and the viewer, triggering always new suggestions generated by different vantage points.


The architects Sergei Tchoban and Sergey Kuznetsov, together with Agniya Sterligova, have created the installation in reflecting glass at the center of the Cortile d’Onore, in collaboration with the Russian company Velko 2000, which designs, produces and installs building facades.

Sergei Tchoban e Sergey Kuznetsov

Sergei Tchoban e Sergey Kuznetsov


Agniya Sterligova