- For 20 years, video games have been in the process of becoming heritage. It is one of the most widespread cultural practices in France and in the world, it is studied at university, it is supported and recognized by the public authorities. The entry of video games into museums is also accompanied by a certain number of reflections: questioning the status of the "object", conservation and restoration issues, discussions around presentation and mediation devices. The video game changes the habits of conservation and exhibition and each institution responds in its own way to these upheavals. Jean Jouberton holds two Masters (Museology and New Media / History of Art) at the Sorbonne-Nouvelle and at the École du Louvre. After speaking at the national conference devoted to the preservation of video games, he presented a paper at the conference of the Émile Cohl school, entitled "Video games at the crossroads of history, the arts and the media".
- On December 5, 2020 at 3:00 PM