The Museum of Technorealism asks its visitors to engage with its artefacts in three simple ways;
The first follows a traditional means to excavate a history from each artefact through the texts of its guidebook and website.
The second asks that we consider an artefact as part of a trajectory in its relationships to another contemporary object.
The final step seeks to exorcise a new narrative from the artefact through both active consideration and our own subjective interpretations. Then, like French Philosopher Michel Foucault, we might look at history not just as a series of fact and events but as a means of understanding the processes that have led to who and what we are today.