One of the 3D images under development for the permanent ALG-AD display planned for Derval experimental farm in France.
Exhibition plan developed for permanent ALG-AD display in France
“Some of the information we need to get across is quite technical so the challenge is in making this accessible to all type of audiences.”Clara Diebolt, exhibition designer, AC3A
One of the legacies which will remain after ALG-AD officially ends will be a permanent exhibition which will be on display at Derval Experimental Farm in Pays de la Loire, France.
And the project’s newest addition to the team, Clara Diebolt of Association des Chambres d'Agriculture de l'Arc Atlantique (AC3A), has spent her first few weeks in the job designing the exhibition, which will be there to inform and educate likely adopters of the ALG-AD technology.
“I’m incorporating the latest results of the project in a clear to understand and interactive format,” said Clara, who like the rest of the project has been working from home for the past month. “We imagine an evolving exhibition with digital media to disseminate up-to-date content that follows the latest news of ALG-AD project.”
“Some of the information we need to get across is quite technical so the challenge is in making this accessible to all type of audiences.”
Once agreed on with her colleagues, the designs will form the blueprint for the exhibition and work can start on its construction as soon as it is feasible to do so. Hopefully by the end of the summer the displays will be complete and ready to share with stakeholders.
“This exhibition and display will be a fantastic output from the project, and will enable interested stakeholders to better understand ALG-AD technology. said project manager, Louise Hall from Swansea University. “The aims for this exhibition are to share knowledge, gather stakeholder feedback and ultimately to support long term adoption of ALG-AD technology. We look forward to getting visits and events started at the Derval farm as soon as we are able to.”
The proposed entrance to the ALG-AD exhibition.
A plan of how the exhibition at Derval will look inside.