Africa Tervueren

Information about project
Category : Museography
Year : 2004-2011
Customer : Africa museum
Scenography : Africa museum
Areas of intervention : sound, video, automation, lighting
Tags :
African Museum , Audiovisual integration , Key on door , Museum of Tervueren , Sound , video
Détail du projet

The Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA) is one of the ten federal scientific establishments (FSEs) of Belgium. As a scientific research institute dedicated to Africa, it occupies an important place on the international landscape; as a cultural site, it is one of the most visited museums in the country. Its ethnographic objects from Central […]

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The Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA) is one of the ten federal scientific establishments (FSEs) of Belgium. As a scientific research institute dedicated to Africa, it occupies an important place on the international landscape; as a cultural site, it is one of the most visited museums in the country.
Its ethnographic objects from Central Africa constitute a unique collection in the world.
The Royal Museum for Central Africa was launched during the world expo of 1897.
For more than a century, the Museum has focused on preserving and managing remarkable collections, conducting scientific research and disseminating knowledge to the general public.  Today, the Museum is intent on being a meeting place as well, to stimulate intercultural dialogue and get people interested in contemporary Africa.

Inytium has been cooperating with the RMCA since 2004.

List of exhibitions in which Inytium has taken part:

Le Temps des Colonies [Time of the Colonies] – 2004 – (sound, video)
Knock on Wood – 2007 – (sound, video)
OMO – 2008 (sound, video)
Expo 58 – 2008 (sound, video)
OMO – 2008 (sound, video)
Stanley – 2008 (sound, video)

Fleuve Congo [Congo River] – 2010 (sound, video, lighting)
Area: 650 m²
Following a procession of canoes from the source to the delta of the Congo River, via the Equatorial forest, the public broaches varied themes such as archaeology and biodiversity, and discovers unexpected and spectacular collection pieces.

Modernité [Modernity] – 2011 (sound, video, lighting)
Itinerant exhibition
Tervuren, Belgium / Madrid, Spain / Prague, Czech Republic / Vienna, Austria, / Leiden, Netherlands / Stockholm, Sweden
Area: 200 m² – 650 m²
Six European ethnographic museums question the notion of modernity, at the heart of the colonial undertaking from which they often stem. Our installation consists entirely of blocks, assembled in compact or exploded forms, imposing or effacing, which adapt perfectly to all spaces.

 

For more details : http://www.africamuseum.be

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