Regional Museum Palacio Canton. Merida, Yucatan. Temporary exhibition (October - December 2018)
We designed and developed the digital experience for the temporary exhibition:
One interactive app that presents some examples of pyramids (and its reference as sacred mountains) appearing on eight pre-Hispanic and colonial Codices, with explanations to show the relationship with the complex Mesoamerican worldview.
As a complement to this diversity of meanings, we designed and edited an animated video that narrates the worldview of the “Sacred Mountain”, from collections as the Manatí Offering, found in the edge of a mountain in a spring. It also shows characters’ animations of a fragment of the famous Mural painting of Tepantitla, in Teotihuacan: The Tlalocan (or paradise of Tláloc), home of the God of rain.
For the ludic space we developed an interactive table that shows several images of pyramids in relation with archeology, arts, architecture, cinema and entertainment. The visitor may navigate between the photos and also download predetermined albums.
Regarding the 80th anniversary of the founding of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), an interactive Timeline was also designed and developed, showing image, video and audio galleries with technical and descriptive information of the most outstanding archaeological discoveries in Mexico during the last 80 years, decade by decade.
National Coordination of Museums and Exhibitions, INAH