The museum space is often presented as an inviolable temple.
The works exhibited have been carefully selected and the artists presented often already benefit from a strong reputation.
ACKAR is an application developed by Élisa Gleize and myself that uses augmented reality technologies to allow young art students to virtually exhibit their work in a museum.
All you have to do is bring your mobile phone containing the application and scan the space to see new works appear on your screen.
Art students from all over the world can then interact with their work and place it in a space that is currently denied to them.
Under the direction of : Baptiste Milési
Made with : Elisa Gleize