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Considering the experimental nature of the Eu- roVision Lab.s, the museums involved in the EMEE project decided to present the Lab.s with the help of a modular system. In addition to the exhibitions on the reinterpretation of topics and objects, the Lab.s showed the results of the Young Scenographers Con- test and the so-called ‘Eurobarometer’, where objects as ‘European/transregional’ objects were put up for discussion.
While the participating national museums in Portugal, Bulgaria and Slovenia aimed to implement in their Lab.s all the aspects mentioned above, the university partners in France, Germany and Italy, as well as the Austrian artist group monochrom worked with their partner museums to create smaller EuroVi- sion Lab.s that revolved around the aspect of Change of Perspective. On the whole, the EuroVision Lab.s could be found in seven European countries and had more than 130,000 visitors. The exhibition of the Young Scenographers Contest, which was part of the Lab.s, also took part in seven European countries.
Labs. of museum partners:
More about the EuroVision Lab. in Bulgaria More about the EuroVision Lab. in Portugal More about the EuroVision Lab. in Slovenia
Labs. of non-museum partners:
More about the EuroVision Lab. in Austria More about the EuroVision Lab. in France More about the EuroVision Lab. in Germany More about the EuroVision Lab. in Italy
Flyers:
EuroVision Lab. in Bulgaria [Download] EuroVision Lab. in Portugal [Download] EuroVision Lab. in Slovenia [Download] EuroVision Lab. in Austria [Download] EuroVision Lab. in France [Download] EuroVision Lab. in Germany [Download] EuroVision Lab. in Italy [Download]
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