Even after many years, the city of Paris still bears secrets that I need to discover. For example, I often walked past a seemingly nondescript building in my neighbourhood without paying it any attention. But, for a few weeks it’s been different: suddenly, long lines are constantly waiting outside the freshly renovated façade – Atelier des Lumières has moved into the former 19th century foundry. The city’s first museum of digital art. Digital art? It makes me spontaneously think of harshly flickering computer monitors, creaking electro sounds, and somehow I instantly feel tired. Oh no. But one weekday I came home from the supermarket with a shopping bag, and there was only a short line. Curious – perhaps the crowds are right – I ventured inside.