Albert Camus exhibition

Camus 1913-2013 Digital Exhibit, April 1 – 30

The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures and the Alliance Française Silicon Valley are proud to bring the Camus 1913-2013 Digital Exhibit to the NDNU library April 1 through 30.

Digital and hands-on, this exhibit celebrates the centennial of the birth of the famous French writer, philosopher and “engaged” intellectual Albert Camus. The Alliance Française Silicon Valley is one of the first Alliances Françaises worldwide to offer this multimedia, multi-language exhibit designed to engage viewers in 40 countries throughout 2014.

From UCSC to Stanford, from Reed Smith LLC Law Firm to Google Inc., the rotating display provides more than one hour’s worth of curated content, including never-before-released photos from his publisher, Gallimard.

The exhibit is best viewed by using a smart phone, Android or iPhone. Download and install the free IFCAMUS app from the Playstore or iStore in order to scan any of the QR Codes displayed on the exhibit’s panels (a total of 30 codes) to enjoy videos, audio recordings, photos and text.

Person scanning QR code on Camus ExhibitOn the first scan, select your language from the list located at the bottom left of the phone’s screen (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish and many more). Another feature allows you to take a photo of yourself and your group and upload it to the web. You’ll thus join a worldwide mosaic of people who have also engaged with the exhibition.

We hope that you will come enjoy this groundbreaking effort projecting Albert Camus’ humanism into the 21st century, keeping it alive, giving it new form, and making it available in today’s virtual reality.

For more information, please contact:

Hélène Laroche-Davis,
Lorenzo Giachetti,

Or visit the website of the Alliance Française Silicon Valley.

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