The exhibition path of both Pavilion Zero and the UN is marked by the UN Stele: large back-lit panels with a strong visual identity linked to the scenery of the pavilion. The two paths are interconnected from the beginning to the end of the exhibition, starting from the Archivio della Memoria, where the UN has chosen to emphasize the indigenous populations in its Stele dedicated to Memory and Knowledge. This particular Stele features a quote by Kanayo F. Nwanze, IFAD President, who expresses the importance of sharing and using local knowledge to protect and enhance our food systems.
The UN Stele were designed by Architettura - Studio Cerri & Associati s.r.l., copywriter Luca Masia; petroglyph images provided by Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici.
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