Since the time of the Enlightenment, science has been shaping the reality of our lives and at the same time changing it at high speed. Under the influence of digitalisation and new media, the behaviour of reception and discourse is not only changing in favour of scientific factuality and neutrality. In view of post-factual threats, museums will have to fulfil an even more prominent function in social discourse in the future.
This context illustrates the relevance of science communication, which will only reach a broad public if it is designed in a contemporary way by communication experts.
In the course of the seminar Mulitmediate Technologies, students conceived and planned narratives and models for the medial orchestration of a museum exhibit. In the process, they went through all important development stages of the conception and planning.
As a final result, the students presented both a content-based exhibition concept and a technically elaborated planning that meets the usual industry standards in order to be handed over to a production service provider.