“Xixona, Clau of Regne” is an exhibition organized by the Provincial Council of Alicante and the city of Xixona, in collaboration with the Foundation CV MARQ and the Archaeological Museum of Alicante, where enZETA did the exhibition, graphic and audio-visual design layout of catalog and executive producer.
The exhibition was held in the building called “The Teatret”, current headquarters of the Municipal Archives of Xixona and former Convent of San Francisco, dating from the seventeenth century. Compose a hundred pieces, including pottery, iron tools, bone and stone from the excavations made by Father José Belda, priest of the “Torre de les Maçanes” and director of the Provincial Archaeological Museum of Alicante in the castle of Torre Grossa Xixona in the 1940′s. These pieces show some of the history of the people of Xixona between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
The exhibition is divided into two parts, Xixona Muslim and Xixona Gothic. We chose a dark color like the floor of the room to tie it together and distinguished from the rest of the colorful interior of the church. In addition subdued lighting was used to give more prominence to the pieces.
The exhibition is accompanied by an audiovisual visible from anywhere in the room generate environment and summarized through animations and a simple and didactic historical context of the dating of the pieces exhibited, a way of showing the importance Xixona land border between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, and how he came to become the entrance and exit to the kingdom of Valencia, and therefore in “the Regne Clau.”
Then we leave images of different designs made for the exhibition including the audiovisual sector.
Inside the room
Outside the room