|Sculpteur sur calcaire, Maison de la Pierre de l'Oise||
Participate in the reconstitution of
REBUILD A ANCIENT DESTROYED MONUMENT
The restitution crosses artistic researches (other monuments and ancient representations), works of scan and 3D modeling and hypotheses of a group of experts (historians, geologists, archaeologists, conservators). According to the certainties and interpretations, all or part of the decorations will be carved, the base specifying the gait and the hypothetical character of the sculpture.
Intended for a presentation to the public (and visitors to the capital), this reconstruction is accompanied by content of multimedia discovery (web and mobile) to understand the monument, its context and invite to a visit of ancient Paris. Contents indicated from the base and also usable in traveling exhibition.
The 3D scan allows to explore in detail the surface of the remains of the pillar. In collaboration with the 3D digitization service of the Réunion des Musées Nationaux, we follow this process which reveals useful aspects for our study of the monument and the phases of its reconstruction.
RECREATE THE FACES OF THE MONUMENT
Most faces of the Pillar are incomplete and some have been heavily hammered.
By comparing several representations of divinities found in France and in Europe, restitution, initially virtual, will combine several digitizations to propose forms close to a possible ancient state.
By combining ancient and modern materials and techniques, the challenge:
PHASE 1 : RESEARCH AND DESIGN
1 / documentary research on the pillar and its discovery
2 / comparative research with other Gallo-Roman monuments
3 / 3D scanning treatment of existing parts
4 / development of a 3D model
5 / 3D prints of resin parts / other material (help for stone carving)
PHASE 2 : CONSTRUCTION
1 / stone type identification and search blocks career
2 / carving stone blocks (patterns and inscriptions)
3 / (option if discovered in this sense) painting / polychromy of the figures
4 / assembly on the base
5 / installation of the Pillar of the Nautes in a museum or a Parisian park
Model of the reconstruction of the monument
The new" pillar of the nautes" in Paris :
- About 5.5 meters high