Fusion, Power to the People est la nouvelle exposition scientifique itinérante d’EUROfusion qui mélange art, science et technologie dans une aventure inoubliable associant la réalité virtuelle à l’expérience et qui séduira les visiteurs de tous horizons âgés de 15 ans et plus.

L’exposition Fusion, Power to the People est ouverte tous les jours du vendredi 8 octobre au dimanche 19 décembre.

L’entrée est gratuite

L’exposition se trouve dans les bâtiments historiques des Docks : “Les Docks Village”, Place des Palmiers, 10 Pl. de la Joliette, 13002, Marseille, France.

Hosted by CEA

Le Commissariat aux énergies alternatives et à l'énergie atomique (CEA) est un acteur clé de la recherche, du développement et de l'innovation dans quatre domaines principaux : la défense et la sécurité, les énergies bas carbone (nucléaire et énergies renouvelables), la recherche technologique pour l'industrie, la recherche fondamentale en sciences physiques et sciences de la vie.

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« Nous avons créé cette exposition sous la forme d’une introduction ludique et originale à l'énergie de fusion. Nous voulons sensibiliser le public au rôle que pourrait jouer la fusion dans notre avenir énergétique. »
Mohamed Belhorma
chargé de communication à EUROfusion et également responsable de « Fusion, Power to the People »

Débloquer des connaissances

Dans le cadre de cette expérience unique, les visiteurs sont enrôlés pour retrouver des morceaux de connaissances dérobées via des indices et des défis disséminés à travers toute l’exposition.

L’histoire se déroule en trois parties au cours desquelles les visiteurs découvrent les principes scientifiques de l’énergie de fusion, se familiarisent avec les différents aspects de la recherche et explorent plusieurs futurs possibles.

PART 1 – Radiant Matter

Une entité bienveillante du futur, IA, a besoin de votre aide! Ouvrez des portails de réalité augmentée pour récupérer des « artefacts » d'informations et résoudre des énigmes, tout en apprenant les principes fondamentaux de la fusion.

PART 2 – Power to the People

Prenez place dans la salle de contrôle d'une installation de recherche sur la fusion et lancez-vous dans une chasse au trésor pour résoudre des énigmes interactives, débloquant ainsi des connaissances sur un des projets les plus ambitieux de l'humanité: faire de la fusion une source d'énergie sur terre.

PART 3 – Escape the Strange Loop

L'avenir de l'humanité est désormais entre vos mains alors que vous voyagez à travers trois boucles de décision, prenant des choix qui mèneront à l'un des nombreux scénarios futurs pour notre planète.

Activité participative post-visite « Star Trail »

L'exposition n'était que le début ! Mettez vos points de vue à l'épreuve en écoutant les opinions divergentes d'une liste toujours croissante d'experts sur de nombreux sujets. Partagez vos réflexions et vos questions sur le potentiel de la fusion en tant que source d'énergie future.

Exposition d'art contemporain

6 artistes vous invitent à imaginer et explorer des aspects de la fusion à travers leurs interprétations créatives.

« Nous voulons montrer toutes les facettes de la fusion : ses promesses, mais aussi ses nombreux enjeux et interrogations, dans le but de susciter différents points de vue sur le potentiel de l'énergie de fusion. »
Mohamed Belhorma
chargé de communication à EUROfusion et également responsable de « Fusion, Power to the People »

Pour plus d’information sur l’exposition ou les événements associés, veuillez contacter

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Mohamed Belhorma

EXHIBITION MANAGER

Mohamed Belhorma is in charge of outreach for EUROfusion. He creates exhibition and outreach content around physics and future energy issues as well as solutions for the planet. He holds an M.A. in Art History’s curatorial studies and an M.A. in science museology.

Mohamed’s work has focused on the practical aspects of designing science communication content. His current project uses interaction design solutions to help reduce the impact of socio-cultural barriers. His goal is to build adds-on to change the “museum islands” into platforms.

Sidonie Lenoble

Directrice Artistique, scénographe et Architecte d’intérieur

Sidonie Lenoble is an artistic director, exhibition space designer and interior design architect from Paris.

She has been working in the field of museography for more than 20 years in many prestigious projects around the globe.

For “Power to the People”, Sidonie has been heading the comple design process of the exhibition space, from creating the initial concept to setting last touches to the design.

Julian Weaver

INTERACTIVE ART DIRECTOR - FINETUNED.ORG

Julian Weaver is a creative technologist and curator. He is director of Finetuned; a company focusing on interdisciplinary research and curated projects. Finetuned provides consultative and technical services to artists, galleries, universities and industry.

Julian has worked cross-sector in the arts and cultural sector since the early 1990s. With a background in fine art and composition (music), he was an early adopter of web and interactive media technologies. Working at the cutting edge of technology led him to lecturing posts before freelancing for a number of award-winning companies.

PLUK STUDIO

BRANDING, DESIGN & MARKETING

PLUK is a branding & creative studio based in Brighton, England, led by two experienced and ambitious designers.

We regard truth as the most valuable tool for the creative process and a willingness to engage with it through discovery and understanding as part of a creative environment, collaboration and an inclusive environment provides the best outcome.

Creative work is about uplifting brands and energising its people to deliver positive change. This is what drives us.

M. Darusha Wehm

AUTHOR

M. Darusha Wehm is the Nebula Award-nominated and Sir Julius Vogel Award winning author of the interactive fiction game The Martian Job, as well as the science fiction novels Beautiful Red, Children of Arkadia, The Voyage of the White Cloud, and the Andersson Dexter cyberpunk detective series.

Their mainstream books include the Devi Jones’ Locker YA series and the humorous coming-of-age novel The Home for Wayward Parrots. Darusha’s short fiction and poetry have appeared in many venues, including Terraform and Nature.

Originally from Canada, Darusha lives in Wellington, New Zealand after spending several years sailing the Pacific.

Jan Schölzel

Videographer

Photographer and true “science nerd”, Jan eagerly immersed himself in fusion energy research and technology. He has worked with renowned science institutes before, from the Max Planck Institute in Hannover to the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, and also created an exhibition with the European XFEL in Hamburg. However, he claims that “working with EUROfusion on the Fusion Expo was a next level chance”, since he is so enthusiastic about bringing the possibilities of fusion energy closer to people.

Jan is currently working on a photography book about fusion energy which will be released in May 2022.

The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design

‘ESCAPING THE STRANGE LOOP’ CREATORS

The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID) developed the prototype for the “Escape the Strange Loop” part of the exhibition.

To this end, a passionate team of designers (headed by Raffaela Rovida, Monika Seyfried and Annelie Berner) translated scientific data into futuristic scenarios.

FAQ

How long will the exhibition be in each venue?​

The exhibition will be rented to the venues for about 3 months at a time.

What do I need to play the game?​

You need a smart device (a smartphone or a pad) and an email address.

How do I get the app?​

You go the web portal (insert link) and put in your personal information and email address. Then you will get an email with further instructions.

How do I access the web portal?​

You can access the web portal here: *Insert link*

Are there any covid restrictions I need to know about?​

The exhibition adheres to restrictions and regulations in each country. The venues might add restrictions if they feel it’s necessary.

Is the app free?​

Yes. The app is free of charge.

How long will the exhibition be in each venue?​

The exhibition will be rented to the venues for about 3 months at a time.

What do I need to play the game?​

You need a smart device (a smartphone or a pad) and an email address.

How do I get the app?​

You go the web portal (insert link) and put in your personal information and email address. Then you will get an email with further instructions.

How do I access the web portal?​

You can access the web portal here: *Insert link*

Are there any covid restrictions I need to know about?​

The exhibition adheres to restrictions and regulations in each country. The venues might add restrictions if they feel it’s necessary.

Is the app free?​

Yes. The app is free of charge.

Pour plus d'informations et demandes générales, contactez

fusion.expo@euro-fusion.org

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This work has been carried out within the framework of the EUROfusion consortium and has received funding from the Euratom research and training programme 2014-2018 and 2019-2020 under grant agreement No 633053. The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission.