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For more than 30 years, the pedagogy on climate has been to explain the greenhouse effect, why we disturb the climate and how to act to limit the damage. This pedagogy has raised awareness of the urgency of climate change, but has not been able to change the course of our greenhouse gas emissions.
That’s why The Climate Show proposes another, innovative, original approach: to tackle this subject during an interactive show by reviewing some of the obstacles that we are unable to overcome, individually and collectively.
This show was designed and produced in collaboration with Climate Voices & Cap Sciences Bordeaux Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
The Climate Show consists of a stage with 3 large screens and bleachers to accommodate 120 people per 45-minute session, equipped with voting remotes.
Invited on stage by GaIA, the planetary conscience, the young Camille, starts a confronting dialogue with her friends about how to solve the climate issue on an individual and collective level.
Qur’an and Science is the first interactive exhibition in the history of mankind narrating science through the lens of Qur’an.
The exhibition aims to contribute science communication and informal science education through interactive exhibits by narrating the laws of physics, practices of chemistry, wonders of biology, and observations on astronomy. In the meantime, the exhibit brings to light how the scientific concepts presented in this exhibition are also foundations intertwined in the story of Islam.
The exhibition presents scientific laws in dialogue with Qur’an and as foundations for Tawhid, a dialogue which will be achieved by co-presenting the verses from the Holy Qur’an and their reflections presented on the Universe, Earth and living things.
The exhibition explores the long standing connection between Islam and science, which will be clearly presented to the visitors through interactive exhibits.
The digital revolution and the development of biotechnologies place humanity at a turning point where ethical questions take centre stage. The exhibition’s Inventive and humorous museography combined with immersive and artistic staging are designed to question our own limits…and beyond!
I AM AN EXCEPTIONAL ANIMAL
A number of contemporary artistic installations pose the question of what is specifically human. A major audiovisual display introduces us to the controversy: is Man an animal like other animals?
I AM A CHAMPION
The exhibition decodes the desire of Man to surpass his limits. An interactive training area gives visitors an opportunity to transform their appearance, before learning more about athletes who have pushed back their physical limits…but also their mental ones.
I AM A CYBORG
Prosthetics, exoskeletons, implants, connected objects… A great variety of devices in the field of man-machine are illustrated in this part. A humorous film decodes the contradictory positions of “bio-conservatism” and “technoprogressivism”.
I AM A MUTANT
In a scenic laboratory setting, visitors are invited to create the “perfect” baby through genetic manipulation of the embryo. A novel experiment which questions the use of biotechnologies and their ethical dimensions…
I AM IMMORTAL
A mix of objects from ethnographic collections, contemporary art, folk art and mysterious special effects, this part of the exhibition examines the quest for immortality throughout human history, and one of its recent variations: trans-humanism.
WE’RE ALL GOING TO DIE!
A dramatic setting takes visitors to a situation of collapse: a cinematographic apocalypse or the 6th crisis of biodiversity? But then, what can be our shared vision for the future? Audio and interactive devices accompany our reflection on this vast question
This exhibition presents the work of artist Karen Penrith. It has been created using 5 acrylic earth tone colors in Australian indigenous imagery, colours which not only represent the land but also the humanity and the vibrancy of all peoples. The artist is a member of the Dja Dja Wurrung of central Victoria and the Yorta Yorta through her father Burnum Burnum. The exhibition consists of works on paper and arts and crafts, gathered to convey the beauty in humanity, strength and resilience.
This exhibition has been created by love for Kyrrah and Zachary, the artist’s children, and the spirit of humanity.
The exhibition is being made available for the first time.
Multimedia deep water station with the laboratory to study ancient inhabitants of the ocean.
Development of a phygital space dedicated to the world ocean theme. The new format attract visitors by providing a unique chance to experience life in pre-historic times. Enormous sizes, incredible creatures, overarching emotions!
11 Station areas inside
The entrance to the park is made in the form of a tunnel with a projection on the walls and floor.
The projection image creates the illusion of a gradual sinking to the bottom of the ocean. Content on the floor responds to interactions with it. A wave of bubbles rises from the steps of the guests, which passes onto the walls.
Waves splashing outside the tunnel windows, hitting glass, sea inhabitants swim, seaweed swaying.
A brief audio message tells about the park areas.
The world is full of stories about brave heroes, magical events, and fantastic beings. Tales of mythic creatures have been with us for thousands of years, sometimes inspired by living animals or even fossils. Together, mythic creatures give shape to humankind’s greatest hopes and fears, and most passionate dreams.
This 2,000 sq ft traveling exhibition combines unique cultural objects, dramatic models, engaging multimedia, and interactive games to tell the origin stories behind the legends of mythical creatures from around the world.
This immersive exhibition—fully bilingual in English and Spanish—presents the surprising and extraordinary sights, sounds, and experiences of Cuba.
Its complex politics and vibrant culture have attracted the attention of the world. But Cuba, the largest island nation in the Caribbean, is also home to the unexpected. It’s a place of stunning contrasts: mysterious caves and bright boulevards, sweltering fields and cool forests, hard challenges and high energy.
Meet its people, explore its landscapes, encounter its unique species, and come away with new perspectives on this intriguing country.
Our Senses: An Immersive Experience engages the senses and challenges perceptions of reality through a series of immersive and playful rooms.
Every day, we perceive the world around us through our senses. But it turns out that our senses are much more than just sight, smell, hearing, touch, balance, and taste. And for humans, our perception of “reality” isn’t exactly what it seems.
Our Senses explores the relationship between our senses and perception, and reveals how the brain actively constructs our perception of reality.
For thousands of years, humans around the world have brought mythic creatures to life in stories, music, and works of art. Mythic Creatures reveals the relationship between science and legend, tracing the origins of mythic creatures and their enduring hold on the imagination.
Among the great civilizations that populated the coasts of the Mediterranean and the territories of today’s Europe, the Etruscan population is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating, but still one of the least known to the general public.
This unique and in-depth exhibition brings to light the history of this mysterious and refined civilization in its evolution, from the 9th century BCE, up to the dominion of the Roman Empire in the 1st century BCE, particularly focusing on the relationship between the Etruscans and the populations of Southern Gaul.
Divided into 5 thematic sections, the exhibition unveils several and emblematic aspects of the extraordinary Etruscan civilization starting from its origins and its historical-geographical contextualization. An exceptional selection of original artefacts, leads the visitors on a journey through the Etruscan society, revealing its social, political, and urban structure, together with the divine dimension deeply sought by the Etruscans through divinatory arts, votive offerings, and funerary rituals. The exhibition ends up highlighting the strict ties between the Etruscan and the Roman culture, dealing with the great cultural, political, and religious heritage that the Etruscans left to the Roman Empire.
On show a selection of unique +100 original artifacts, drawing from some of the most important archaeological excavations in the territory of ancient Etruria, including artworks from the two most significant Etruscan museums of Tuscany, and from the coasts of ancient southern Gaul. This great selection of original objects is accompanied by graphic panels, educational material for adults and children, but also videos and video projections, technological and interactive devices, suggestive environments, immersive rooms and other innovative multimedia devices.