The exhibition features a collection of light installations representing the city and its different faces.
As a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy, TAP undertakes social and cultural investments in order to contribute to the positive development of neighboring communities in transit countries.
“We believe it is very important to start engaging with local people at an early stage to show our presence and real interest in the development of the area. This artistic project in Brindisi was supported because it has a potential to inspire useful discussion on innovative uses of energy in urban communities.” – said Dr. Kai Schmidt-Soltau, CSR Manager at TAP.
Paul Pasteris, Application Manager for Italy, and Antonio de Nigris, Senior Country Advisor for Italy, will take part in the official opening of the exhibition on the 24th of July in Brindisi.
The exhibition will be open to public from the 24th of July until 15 of September, 2010.
Earlier this year, TAP has also supported the “Excavated!” exhibition at the Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece.