On Saturday, June 24th, in the picturesque setting of the village of Moleto, perched between the hills of Monferrato, a debate was held about physics, philosophy and theology.
The event had as a scenary one of the characteristic courtyard of this little village perfectly maintained in total respect for the taste and style, typical of the architecture of these areas.
Francesca Moreni has opened the doors of her fascinating house, partly dedicated to the exhibition of some of her father: Mattia Moreni's works.
Two excellent guests: Valerio Rossi Albertini, physicist and researcher of CERN nominee for the Nobel Physics Prize in 2016, and Prof. Alessandro Meluzzi, Italian psychiatrist, writer, politician and academic, who has also become primate and archbishop of a Branch of theOrthodox Church.
The debate, with the theme "The Empty has no direction", has been a tribute to a work by one of the most brilliant Italian painters of the twentieth century: Mattia Moreni, and it was moderated by Rai 1 Italian television author and essayist, Maurizio Gianotti.
Afterwords, all the participants had the chance to appreciate some of the works of the famous artist exposed inside what was once his home, today made even more emotional and evocative thanks to her daughter taste.