Grand Palais Immersif exhibitions are available to tour. They can be adapted to work in the local setting.
Immersive exhibitions designed by Grand Palais Immersif offer a unique immersive experience of art and cultural heritage using cutting-edge digital technology.
They comprise impressive projections of high-resolution images and extremely precise 3-D reconstructions together with original sound and music.
Grand Palais Immersif benefits from the expertise of the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais, the leading producer of art exhibitions in France. It is supported by a network of scientists, art historians and museum professionals, with special access to museum resources in order to produce historically accurate and scientifically based exhibitions. These exhibitions are interactive, educational and open to all audiences.
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To create this experience, the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais worked with the Parc archéologique de Pompéi and Programmes GEDEON, , the French leader in archeological and cultural-heritage documentaries.
THE MONA LISA
The exhibition The Mona Lisa takes the visitor through the story of this legendary painting and the digital sensory experience leads them to a new understanding of da Vinci's masterpiece.
Grand Palais Immersif has joined forces with the musée du Louvre and Artisans d'idées, an international agency with expertise in creation, innovation, production and sharing digital experiences, which places collective intelligence at the heart of its process. The exhibition’s sound design by Rone is an integral part and not incidental, being a key part of the exhibition. It creates the desired feeling of immersion, invites you to explore, guides the movement of each visitor and accompanies the narration of the six focus films. It is neither too intrusive, so as not to impact the visitor's visual journey, nor too discreet, forming part of the immersive experience. Each film has a soundtrack composed of music adapted from Rone's albums, and a unique sound design, so each film has a perfectly adapted musical quality. Rone is a leading artist and producer in the French electronic-music scene. He has worked with many artists and organisations on a variety of projects.
The immersive exhibition, Venice revealed, divided into 4 chapters, invites the public to an immersive visit of the Serenissima, through never-before-seen images, giant projections and interactive devices designed by Iconem, the specialist in heritage digitization. The exhibition offers a gigapixel dive into the details of the architectural masterpieces - palaces and emblematic monuments - that make the city of the Doges famous. Grand Palais Immersif was supported by the scientific insight of the curators of the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia.
Grand Palais Immersif and the Mucha Foundation highlight the legacy of the master of Art Nouveau through an immersive, interactive and sensory experience : Eternal Mucha. In three acts, the exhibition retraces the history of Alphonse Mucha and shows his major works, including the Slavic Epic, presented in a spectacular way. Through high-definition projections, an original musical and olfactory universe and interactive devices, Eternal Mucha offers visitors a unique immersion into the work of an avant-garde artist, an icon of refinement, elegance and modernity.
STREET ART, FROM STREET TO SCREENS
The exhibition Street Art, from street to screens, has been designed to offer the public a new way to observe and experience the city through-out the urban artist creators Christian Omodeo, curator of the exhibition)
An immersion in urban artistic creation, to discover its history, key figures social and digital transformation. The street and the internet as arenas of artistic expression accessible to all. Opening the 6th décember.