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Similar to the project’s other museum partners, the Portuguese EuroVision Lab. presented the results of the Young Scenographers Con- test and the Eurobarometer. The latter was designed to encourage dis- cussion and active participation and also to communicate visitors’ state- ments from previous Lab. locations to the Portuguese audience. Some elements of the Eurobarometer such as the Zeigerpointer developed by the EMEE partner monochrom, an international art-technology- philoso- phy group, were also playfully employed as a mode of addressing and engaging visitors during the National Museum Day.
‘There is no project like this one in our public administration, this is unique. It is very important for us, because this is an old museum, this museum was founded in 1893, and with this project, we rebuild the way to communicate with people, public and non-public, all the visitors. We bring to the museum another form of communication.’
Dr. António Carvalho, Director of the National Museum of Archaeology Lisbon and EMEE partner, on the Portuguese EuroVision Lab.
Photos: © National Museum of Archaeology, Portugal
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