In collaboration with the exhibition curators, the Atelier wrote and produced the content of the numerous digital devices offering visitors a real immersion in the heart of these decisive moments in French history. A subtle mix of works projected or shown on screens, of different sizes, harmoniously integrated into the exhibition's scenography.
A projection of the painting in real size. It allows us to identify the elements that make up the scene and place the event back into its content. The painting is used as a fixed frame in which different elements are highlighted. About thirty points of interest help to understand the context of the event. An additional minute is dedicated to the simple contemplation of the painting.
In three parts, this film navigates between different sections, each corresponding to key events preceding the advent of Napoleon. Motion design allows for dynamic transitions. Text summarises the events, in French and English. Historical iconography is integrated, while maintaining a strong graphic and sound unity to the film.