This project was built as part of my graduation diploma at the school of design. This project questions the accessibility of culture and aims to make cultural mediation in museums more inclusive. I start from the observation that the content of museums is too abstract to be understood by most people. Through the implementation of technology, a new, more sensitive, and interactive visitor experience can be created. By making the visit more sensory and not involving the visitor, we can reduce this abstraction and improve the visitor’s understanding.
End of studies project
A Interactive tool for a more inclusive cultural mediation
To develop this project, I had to reflect on several concepts answering my axis on technologies as a mediation tool. For this, I built two concepts that apply the different elements of inclusions found during the interviews I conducted with many experts in the field.
To be as inclusive as possible, my concepts avoid reading and are as playful as possible. The contents are short and interactive. They invite the visitor to study the different elements of the exposed works and use technology as a sensitive means and link between the visitor and the content.
These concept is a prospective device and are bound to evolve. For more information, contact me by mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. This page is likely to evolve with the evolution of the project, you can check it again a few times to have an overview of the progress.
Technologies as a new tool for art mediation
People with no art history knowledge, with low academical background, with understanding disabilities
Improve access to art and art museum
an Augmented Reality application
Awakart is an Ar application that give life to artworks exposed in the city. Thanks to augmented reality and image recognition, users only need to search for the first pictures by pointing the camera at it and just listening to the video content. Idea is to create a sort of hunt in the cities and to encourage people to go in search of the works scattered in the city
Make art accessible for everyone
By putting art directly in the street and by using video to gives information, we are improving the accessibility to art history. Videos are made with Adobe Character animator and after effect to gives life to the subject. The app should be accessible on apple and android device. All the artworks will come from public art found.
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David and me are in Youtube and Instagram!
You can follow the development of the project on instagram ! @techno.seum I also have a Youtube channel with others videos of my works! Alix Gora