The exhibition retraces the curious, amusing tory of hieroglyphs which fed a wild current of symbolic interpretation. March 4th > May 22nd, 2022 at Le Grand Curtius in Liège.
About the exhibition
- The exhibition gathers a selection of ancient works, conserved in the patrimonial funds of Liège University's library
- Several artefacts from Liège museums ‘collection, the Musée Royal de Mariemont and the Bibliothèque royale de Belgique complete the exhibition.
Augmented and Virtual Reality
- In partnership with professors Pierre Hallot (Faculty of architecture) and Michaël Schyns (HEC-Liège), experiences combining augmented and virtual reality add to the exhibition
- The visitor can admire a 3D reproduction of the funeral monument of Hubert Mieleman, built around 1560 in the Sainte Croix church, as well as a staging of the Latran obelisk, from its original placing in the Karnak temple to its actual location in Rome.
- A laser mapping of a stele from the Curtius museum's collections will help the visitor understand how the decor and writings were organised.
From 04 March to 22 May 2022