With time and space forgotten, with everything here and everything now, how might you interpret and reimagine what you see around you?
The English “museum” comes originally from the Ancient Greek Μουσεῖον (Mouseion); a place or temple dedicated to the divine Muses in Greek mythology, and hence a building set apart for study and creativity.
The purpose of modern museums is to preserve and display objects of artistic, cultural, or scientific significance, but from a visitor perspective, the purpose can also depend on one’s point of view. Alchemy of Artefacts: Museum of the Mind is a (fictional) internationally touring exhibition of original artworks intended to inspire a new generation of visitors. 
Themes of mythology, ancient civilisations, natural forces, astrology and religion transcend space and time as they collide in a single enchanting realm of endless possibility. As part of the Museum of the Mind initiative, visitors would expect to find the British Museum’s traditional collections to appear out of order and informational signs removed, encouraging them to uninhibitedly interpret the artefacts in their own way.

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