The exhibition Landscapes of monastic spirituality. Spaces and practices (12th-16th c.) aims to study various religious objects (books, altarpieces, documents, carvings, etc.), and reflect on their spatial and performative context in the monastic life, and on the religious, liturgical, mystagogical, devotional or memory and identity practices that these objects allow us to reconstruct. The exhibition is divided into four spaces with vague boundaries, but which aim to show precisely the richness and complexity of the topic. This is an educational experience mainly carried out by students of the Master of Medieval Cultures (University of Barcelona), and it is part of the Teaching Innovation project 2017PID-UB/27 granted to the GIDC [contra]Taedium.