Royal Museum of Mariemont
Institutional, 2D motion design, cultural, museum video, storytelling
In the framework of the exhibition “Alexandria, Past Futures”, we were mandated to produce a motion design video and a projection mapping on a colossal hand fragment discovered in Alexandria and preserved at the Royal Museum of Mariemont. The production tells its story through various historical evidences but also intriguing hypotheses.
To make it all easily understandable… without using sound!
A project which involved our team and which integrated many different steps:
The 3D scan of the hands and their 3D printing in order to carry out the various tests of projection in our studio.
The collaboration with the exhibition places and the scenography team so that this production is integrated in the exhibition path.
Without forgetting the different stages of production of the film with the scenario, the development of the visual identity, the storyboard, the animation.
Finally, the adjustments and the finalization of the animation by our teams on the exhibition sites (Bozar – Brussels, Mucem – Marseille).