Create life with sound

Projects

Sorø has been given a perfect technological solution, which contributes to the trans-formation of space into an experimental and playful place for culture, movement and learning.

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Gorm the Old triggers curiosity as he sits there with his impressive charisma and gazes out over the area. He sits here, in Kongernes Jelling, the National Museum, to show the way to all the exciting experiences in the area, in his very own unique way.

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School students need to get out of the classroom and go to the wind turbines to become wiser about wind, energy, and climate in a fun way. It is in short terms, this is the basic idea behind Energihytten ved Vindtved-møllerne, which is based on information from VidenOmVind’s teaching website “The local windmills & climate”

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 A StoryTeller contributes to the dissemination in Copenhagen ZOO at the penguin facility, where the characteristic Humboldt penguins live. With sound as a medium of communication, both adults and children can be invited into the world of penguins. 

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Gribskov Municipality initiated a co-creation project between Helsinge’s shop / business association Gadekærsforeningen, the local Lions department and the association Helsinge – Denmark’s Best Children’s Village to create a new playground that, based on the Corona pandemic, would help make the city’s outdoor space more attractive. 

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Several cultural institutions along Jutland’s west coast are part of the Iron coast project, which communicates the coastline’s stories across indoor and outdoor spaces through sound. Six StoryTellers is part of the project that challenges the classic museum communication.

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In Denmark’s first Energy Cabin in Sæd-Ubjerg – an innovative learning space where we try to think out-of-the-box on the traditional classroom and get students out into nature – you will find a specially designed disseminationwall.

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Mobile urban space installations bring StoryTellers and two newly developed shipyard benches – the stories from the old shipyard in Elsinore into the urban space via sound and original design. “Now a physical connection has been created between the city center on Axeltorv and the Shipyard Museum, which will be the entire Danish Shipyard Museum.” – Christian Holm Donatzky, member of Elsinore City Council and chairman of the City, Planning and Environment CommitteeThe installations create a connection between the city center – Axeltorv – and experiences at the Shipyard Museum.

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