LCD Remote is the online version of Lumina Chroma Data, a kinetic installation presented in the arcades of PLATEFORME10. LCD allows simultaneous navigation through the photography collection of the Musée de l'Elysée and the design collections of mudac, through colour.
Thus, you can now take control of the installation from any computer and pilot it in real time. It is live streamed by a camera placed in the arcades.
The section on the left simultaneously displays the works closest to the chosen colour.
LCD is one of three installations presented in the Arcades of PLATEFORME 10. Three experiences that lead us to visit the collections of the Musée de l'Elysée and the mudac in a new way.
Manuel Sigrist, Musée de l’Elysée
INT studio: Laura Perrenoud, Marc Dubois, David Colombini.
Assisted by André Andrade et Mathilde Reynaud.
Manuel Sigrist, Musée de l’Elysée et Marco Costantini, mudac.
Before their relocation in autumn 2021, the Musée de l'Elysée and the mudac are present at PLATEFORME10 through three innovative projects: LCD, Narrative Focus and Interactive Replicas. These three installations, developed by INT studio as part of a residency, each explore a way of interacting with digitized works.
How to navigate simultaneously the collections of the Musée de l'Elysée and the mudac while giving a meaning to research?
LCD proposes to go beyond traditional search by keywords, dates or authors by sorting the digitized artworks of the two museums by colour. This immersive installation shows an interface that invites the visitor to discover the collections of photography and design. She discovers on the screens the two images closest to the chosen colour.
The background projection displays the database of images as thumbnails and indicates where the works are located in the colour spectrum. The mechanized light above the suspended chromatic circle comes to life to illustrate the path taken to reach the chosen colour.
Artworks: selection of works from the collections of the Musée de l'Elysée and the Mudac.
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How to make digitized replicas of artworks physically accessible ?
Interactive replicas is a tactile device that allows you to explore design objects. By manipulating 3D printed miniatures, visitors can interact on screen with the digitized artwork, exploring it from every angle to reveal the details of its shape and texture.
Eight objects from the mudac's design and ceramic collections have been digitized in three dimensions. They will be shown alternately in groups of four. Visitors will be able to experience the work of Nicolas Delaroche, Aldo Bakker, Edouard Chapallaz, Nicolas Lemoigne, Big Game, Martin Hyde, Philippe Barde and Gaetano Pesce.
Works: selection of objects from the mudac collection.
How does our gaze influence information and how does information influence our vision?
Unlike a classic audioguide, Narrative focus offers a form of non-linear sound narration, driven by the eyes' movement. This device invites the visitor to immerse himself in the photographs and obtain information about the work and its context. By focusing on an area of the image, it triggers comments and can thus listen to the author speaking about his work. A gentle zoom allows the visitor to channel his gaze and concentrate on a key element.
Narrative focus is a further development of the project “Eye Tracking” developed in 2018 at the Musée de l'Elysée using photographs by Matthias Bruggmann and Paolo Woods. This new version presents a sound journey around the works of Laurence Rasti, Yann Gross and Léo Fabrizio (in rotation). The path travelled by the gaze is recorded anonymously in order to study how visitors observe the images.
Works: selection of photographs from the Musée de l'Elysée collection.
The INT residency is part of a pioneering project, initiated in 2015 thanks to Engagement Migros, to test and develop new digital solutions and interactive experiences for the public. Together, the museums of PLATEFORME 10 are exploring digital technology, creating new synergies between the teams and prefiguring the potential for bringing their collections together.
INT is a Lausanne-based design studio specialized in art direction, interactive scenography and creative programming. The studio combines technological innovation with inventive curiosity. INT collaborates mainly with cultural partners such as museums and theatres, but also with universities, architectural offices, artists and designers as well as large-scale events.
INT was founded by Laura Perrenoud, David Colombini and Marc Dubois, the three artists of Fragmentin, a collective whose works question the impact of digital technologies on our daily lives.