The exhibition will take place from Wednesday 2 September to Sunday 6 September 2020 in Magazzino 28 – P. Franco Vecchio in Trieste, Italy.
Opening hours 10:00-20:00

Live from the exhibition.

The central part of this exhibition are two 3D topographic models, showing the glaciers in the Canin massif at the peak of the Little Ice Age and their drastic retreat about 150 years later.


The two 3D models are based on the Digital Terrain Model with a resolution of 1 m, which was created from LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) data from the year 2006 (Civil Defense of Friuli Venezia Giulia). Glacial geomorphological evidence was used
for the reconstruction of glaciers during the Little Ice Age. The models were printed by ITALYmaker. They are made of bioplastic (PLA) and thus environmental friendly. The painting of landscape on 3D models was done by Roberto Zanella.


One section of the 3D view of Canin glaciers at the Little Ice Age peak.


One section of the 3D view of Canin glaciers in present days.