In collaboration with the project management team led by exhibition designer Marion Golmard, Reciproque was awarded the contract to design and produce the multimedia and audiovisual mediation devices.
The mediation offering consists of various screens presenting 3D scans of the artefacts which guide the public when examining the prehistoric pieces on display. These highly accessible video plaques enable visitors to understand how the Paleolithic objects were used from both a scientific and artistic perspective. An interactive table offers visitors a fun way to test their new-found knowledge on each object made of bone, stone, reindeer antlers and engraved sandstone, as part of a collaborative game. This platform is accompanied by an audiovisual installation in keeping with the scenography. It displays bears depicted in hidden or difficult-to-reach places in the Chauvet-Pont d'Arc cave and the Lascaux cave.
As part of the exhibition program, all the multimedia devices were presented at the Laténium museum in Neuchâtel in 2018.