Bertrand Mazeirat is a French museologist specializing in exhibition production and design of cultural venues.
After participating in the emergence of Lyon’s Musée des Confluences and the production of numerous international exhibitions, he is now working on the extension and renovation for Geneva’s Musée d’art et d’histoire.
This major project in the panorama of Swiss museums follows on from the work carried out by BO Mazeirat in defining several cultural and heritage sites.
Bertrand-Olivier is working to define what “MAH of Tomorrow” will look like, not only in collaboration with museum specialists and futurists, but also through the development of experimental cultural spaces and programs within the Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève.
Bertrand Mazeirat will be speaking at the Creative Museums Summit 2024:
Multi-Frequency Spaces / Multi-Frequency Museum
There’s no guarantee that museums will still exist in 2050. For this to be the case, we need to invent places that make a real connection with today’s and tomorrow’s audiences, places that go beyond the authoritarian dimension usually attributed to museums. The MAH is experimenting with new possibilities, inventing new ways of encountering art and creativity. We’d be delighted to tell you how.