ARCHIMEDES: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF INVENTION
This exhibition is the first ever dedicated to the greatest mathematician, inventor and scientist of antiquity: Archimedes.
Though he lived in the 3rd century BC, his revolutionary work continues to influence and inspire into the modern age. This innovative edutainment journey explores Archimedes’ research firsthand, including his floating principle. The exhibition combines Archimedes’ ancient story with modern times through video animations, 3D movies, archaeological finds, and interactive working models. The extraordinary exhibition includes many original artworks and artifacts from important Italian museums. The scientific concept is by Museo Galileo in Florence.
• 100 original artworks
• 25 working models of Archimedes’ inventions
• Text panels and captions (digital files)
• HD multimedia displays produced by Museo Galileo in Florence, Italy
• Marketing materials
• Retail/merchandise program
8,600 – 10,750 square feet (800 – 1,000 square meters),
minimum ceiling height of 11.5 feet (3.5 meters)
Shipping international: 3 containers & airfreight for artifacts
Installation: approx. 12-14 working days
Deinstallation: approx. 10-12 working days
Organized with Civita Mostre and Museo Galileo