The “Logos Museum”, located in the Convent of San Francesco di Paola in Vibonati (SA), opens its doors to the public on 12/17/2022 by the will of its founder, the entrepreneur and film producer of Auris Film, Carmine Cardinale. The “Logos Museum” houses an exhibition of thousands of self-propelled statues that tell 2500 years of history, with the most significant stages in the life of Jesus divided into 27 rooms. The Museum presents itself as the largest in the world by number of statues inside, already winner of the first phase of the Guinness World Record, awaiting the official announcement of the world title. Conceived as a cyclical itinerary that starts from ancient Rome, 500 years before the birth of Jesus Christ and then moves to Jerusalem, the “Museo Logos”, in addition to the typical scenes of the traditional nativity scene, such as the event of the nativity, tells through one-of-a-kind statues and evocative scenographic elements, the following moments in the life of Jesus: Baby Jesus learning the carpenter's trade in his father Joseph's workshop, the period of evangelization with the resurrection of Lazarus , the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River, Jesus tempted by Satan in the desert, Jesus preaching on the Mount of Olives, the meeting with the Samaritan woman, Leonardo's representation of the Last Supper, the kiss of Judas, the arrest of Jesus under Pontius Pilate, the Via Crucis, the Holy Sepulcher and the ascension of Jesus, Pentecost and, finally, the reproduction of St. Peter's Basilica with a statue representing Pope Francis.
The Auris Film has embarked on this entrepreneurial and artistic adventure with the firm will to make its own contribution to the world of art and culture, creating an immersive journey that can involve visitors in an experience unique.
A museum is a place where one should lose one's head. Leaving a museum is like returning from a journey of thousands of years that lasted a few hours