We set up these targeted educational projects to help people sense the invisible, the immaterial, and become aware of creative freedom, and the potential ambiguity of images.

The poetic content and the work of the artists in the Microcollection lend themselves to study, and can be proposed not only by directly observing their fragments, but also in the stories, memories and suggestions they evoke in the collective imagination.

Conferences, lessons and publications travel alongside what we call Cabinets de Regard (virtually “observation chambers”), where the collection of slides can be viewed.

The work of art thus sets in motion a process that changes the way we look at the “art system”, so we start to take a much broader view of the fragmented and changing reality that surrounds us every day.