This video is, by my opinion, a must-see! Her talk is clear, understandable, relevant and push to good practices without impose only one solution! Her examples and her talk mix intelligently experimentation, experience, scientific accuracy and research but, and I think it’s just perfect, not only for one side (and so artificially opposite audience and scientists), for both: research and experimentation for audiences but also for scientists who have searched and so know so many thinks and who have, here, the possibility to share their knowledge with the only aim to transmit it to the largest audience and generations!
“These new issues imaging technology alone are not enough to bring heritage to life in ways that a profound and unforgettable and it’s about creating new narrative engagement that are in the heart of the journey I want to take you on today”
“When I was a child, I was dyslexic and I lived in a word of images and sound rather than the world word so it’s particularly important to me that the future of interpretation is not constrained to a multitude of texts but it’s necessarily more democratic and open to multiple readings“