Roissy Country of France ► [Vidéo] At the Archéa museum, technology is used for exhibitions

The Archéa museum, in Louvres (Val-d’Oise), offers until Sunday November 27 a retrospective exhibition for the ten years of its creation by highlighting innovation. The establishment managed by the Roissy Pays de France urban community presented the temporary collection on Friday 17 June.

“The Archea Lab, innovation in 3 dimensions” is both a retrospective of the museum’s various temporary exhibitions over the past ten years and a presentation of modern research, mediation and scenography techniques. Around a cube, a thematic route offers a sample of several innovations created by the museum or under consideration. The course, which is intended to be fun and interactive, is punctuated by manipulations (models or puzzle frescoes) and games. Visitors are thus actors and testers.

The journey begins with an experience laboratory that shows how innovation advances research to better preserve and learn about collections. Then, it leads to the interaction gallery which explains how innovation promotes mediation through playful and interactive tools. Visitors then arrive at the innovation factory and discover how innovation enriches the collections by bringing them to life. Finally, an immersion studio plunges you into a 360° universe, between imagination, emotions and pedagogy.

Visitors are welcomed by Archeazity, the museum’s robot-mascot, entirely created for the exhibition. They can try the 3D modeling of the archaeological site of Orville, in Louvres. Soizic Berthé, curator of the exhibition, indicates: “The museum is a place in motion. It adapts and renews itself according to changes in society, technological changes and new uses. The Covid-19 health crisis is the perfect illustration of this. Museums have bounced back to stay connected with their audiences and continue to disseminate their collections and scientific knowledge. »

The exhibition is also an opportunity to wonder about the museum of the future on the occasion of the closing of the program celebrating the ten years of the museum and to consider future developments. An interactive terminal is thus dedicated to a public survey aimed at finding out how they imagine the museum of the future.

Archea was inaugurated in 2010.

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