As of September 2017, we are launching the new « A spark in time : curating ideas » series of posts.
This series aims at putting forward historical figures that created or thought of things that would benefit us all, sometimes in ways we’re hardly aware of.
Moreover, it will be the opportunity to discover what’s left of their heritage through public museum’s collections.
It also is a really exciting opportunity to grasp the importance and the difficulties curating ideas from the past to be able to use it nowadays and learn from them.
The first post is both an impertinent homage and a wish to seek the kind patronage of a very bright and visionary woman that sums up what those articles aim to embody: Lady Ada Lovelace.