We are content creators and storytellers ever in search of new tales to share. We understand the curiosity and wanderlust that motivates gallery audiences, travellers and national park visitors to seek out new experiences.
Our engaging interpretive designs and public-program experiences are the result of close collaboration with our clients. We work with gallery curators to sensitively interpret exhibition themes and artists’ work. Our cultural and environmental interpretive projects emerge out of extensive consultation with local councils, national parks officers, traditional custodians, scientists, and communities.
These robust exhibits are designed for longevity and high levels of engagement. For example, Disco Puppy – an interactive installation for children originally commissioned in 2005 by the Ipswich Art Gallery – has now been enjoyed by over 1 million people at galleries and festivals across Australia. Our permanent, public artworks produce generative visualisations from real-time and historical data sets night after night, and in all weather.
We design for a range of budgets and in different settings, and carefully consider what media is most appropriate in each case. In striking a balance between digital and traditional interaction and display methods, we assess emerging technologies that may reduce project costs or new possibilities, while discerning between engaging interactions and short-lived fads. As a result, our projects range from low-maintenance entrance statements and graphic interpretive panels, to digital interfaces that enable detailed exploration of content.
Clients include the Margaret Olley Art Centre, Queensland Art Gallery, State Library Queensland, Ipswich Art Gallery and St Vincent’s Aged Care.