In order to better grasp the long-term social consequences of this crisis, the exhibition's installations aim to bring to the forefront the experiences of individuals and the adjustments they have made to cope with the crisis, whether temporary or more lasting. The exhibition is intended for a variety of audiences, including students between the ages of 12 and 18, but also the general public. Visitors will be asked to interact with different contents that will lead them to recall their experiences and share their sensitive stories about COVID, in the form of drawings, images or testimonies. They will be accompanied by social science researchers. In a participatory process, their experiences will be collected as traces of the pandemic, offering material for analysis for social science research.
The exhibition will focus on the different flows and backflows experienced by each of us since the first containment in March 2020, whether in terms of the circulation of people, objects, or data and information. The closure of borders, the marketing of protective equipment against the virus, tracking applications, and the massive production of information through multiple communication channels have marked our experiences of the pandemic.