South Korea, November 2017: SemioTiPS participates to the conception of Incheon’s future National Museum of World Writing

South Korea has recently announced the design of a new institution: the National Museum of World Writing. Located in Incheon, a big city next to Seoul, it will exhibit and study the characters of the world and will become an international hub for writing research and policy exchange. SemioTiPS has been invited to participate to

Making the International Museum of the 21th Century: Iconicity, Interaction & Collaboration

For the second year, SemioTiPS participates in November 2017 to Incheon international conference. This conference is organized to generate ideas for the upcoming National Museum of World Writing in South Korea, sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. During the conference, SemioTiPS will present methods to help design a new international museum.

Château de Montsoreau: birth of a museum, augmented by co-creation

The Château de Montsoreau re-opened in April of 2016, with the installation of the Philippe Méaille collection. The locations is now devoted to contemporary art. To help define the Château’s new identity, “co-creation” assistance was sought. Now that the opening is accomplished, how does the site look? Here’s a glance at already visible signs of