Art exhibition gets worldwide audience
The world of exhibits and galleries is fast moving, and pop-up spaces run the risk of being missed by an audience. Our software allows limited-time events to be viewed and experienced by an audience forever. By creating a “digital twin” that is hosted online, an exhibit or gallery can be viewed by people when and where they want. Inside these twins we can add text, pictures, videos, audio and other multimedia to give audiences all the information they need to fully take in the event. Our digital twins can also be viewed in VR to help audiences experience everything as if they were actually there.
We worked with Guernsey Museums to create a digital twin of their Voice-Vouaïe exhibit, which documented Guernsey’s remaining Guernésiais speakers. We were able to add text so that people can read who the speakers are and find out more about them. We also added links to a Soundcloud recording of each participant speaking in their native tongue.
The Voice-Vouaïe exhibition aimed to bring awareness and create a social, historical and documentary record of local language Guernésiais. More than 100 people were photographed and recorded. Aaron Yeandle photographed each person and Yan Marquis, language consultant, undertook the audio recordings on behalf of Guernsey Museums. It was a collaborative project and you can find out more in this video Voice-Vouaïe exhibition video – YouTube
See for yourself by going into the tour below and listening to some Guernsey French and meeting the people behind the voice.