VIDEO: ​Linda Eneix has a conversation with Gigi D’Amico and Corinne Scala
Exhibit installation at Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida.


Imagine yourself standing inside an extraordinary prehistoric shrine more ancient than Stonehenge or the pyramids of Egypt… a time capsule from prehistory, where sound plays tricks and primordial ghosts were artists & architects.   
It’s almost like being on a different planet!
The non-profit OTS Foundation for Neolithic Studies has made the fantasy possible in the USA with a multi-sensory replication of just such an experience.   Showcasing a 6,000 year old UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Hal-Saflieni Hypogeum of Malta, the exhibit uses giant scale images and original sound recorded during scientific research to punctuate the story of Archaeoacoustics:  The Archaeology of Sound. 

 For those who are interested in human history, full color informational panels present a fascinating and compelling premise.   For those who prefer to bypass the hard stuff, it’s just plain fun.   

Featuring original recordings of archaeoacoustic research 
​inside ​a prehistoric underground necropolis. 

Have it for a day or for a week!

(freestanding version requires minimum 30 days installation)


12 ft. diameter canopy with speakers & light system
Equipment cabinet with touchscreen computer
(pre-loaded with applications for lights and sound program)
 subwoofer, 3 retractable banner images 7 ft high
4 high-res vinyl photo panels, 8 ft wide  x 6.6 ft high
18 full color information panels 18 in x 24 in high
(mounted in groups of 3 as freestanding tabletop displays)
2 curved wooden benches, seating 3 persons each
curator for first day 

Additional materials depending on venue space & circumstances.

Hypogeum photography by Clive Vella for Heritage Malta

​Want to open a conversation about art, architecture, archaeology, anthropology, history, music, physics?

This is how you start ​at the beginning.