The fair is mounted in different stands – displayed as in a time line – in which children experiment how different techniques and basic elements of the audiovisual language work, in order to understand the building of time and space.
A group of children is greeted by an entertainer who briefly tells the main exponents of audiovisual history.
After this presentation, each group is subdivided in the different programmed workstations and are indicated of their schedule.
Personalize interaction is achieved by organizing the children in small groups per station. In this way, children are able to enter the audiovisual world through mechanisms such as the zoetrope; going through the stop motion, until they get to chrome, which is currently used, on TV.