The AGNSW commissioned Art Processors to create an interpretive audio experience that would be culturally attuned to the exhibition with specific soundscapes for different gallery spaces. It had to be seamless and accessible, making it easy for visitors to keep their eyes on the artworks.
We worked closely with AGNSW curatorial and digital staff to explore their creative and technical requirements. We then assembled an ensemble of musicians to compose and record music attuned to the exhibition’s themes and moods that we layered with curatorial narrations and ambient soundscapes. The immersive, multi-layered audio guide was delivered to visitor headphones and mobile devices using our location-aware technology.
Art Processors produced an immersive audio guide that would give visitors an evocative sound art experience. Location-aware Bluetooth technology enabled audiences to move throughout the exhibition at their own pace, the haunting tunes, shapeshifting sonics and expert narration shifting seamlessly with them. We kept the user experience clean and uncluttered, allowing audiences to lose themselves in the art.