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Project: Eyes-up experience for the joyous Matisse: Life & Spirit exhibition

Art Gallery of New South Wales
Eyes-up experience for the joyous Matisse: Life & Spirit exhibition Art Gallery of New South Wales

With over 100 artworks spanning six decades, Matisse: Life & Spirit – Masterpieces from the Centre Pompidou, Paris is an explosion of colour and curves. The vision for the Art Gallery of New South Wales was to create a show that truly envelops visitors in the vitality of Matisse's works.

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Project: Amplifying Bob Dylan’s musical legacy with synced and seamless tech

American Song Archives
Amplifying Bob Dylan’s musical legacy with synced and seamless tech American Song Archives

For the new Bob Dylan Center, Art Processors created an audio experience that seamlessly envelops visitors in the songs and times of the influential musician.

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Project: Breathing life and giving voice to a cultural icon

National Park Service
Breathing life and giving voice to a cultural icon National Park Service

Scattered in various poses throughout the Visitor Education Center at the Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park, the National Park Service has on display a collection of highly realistic, special effects figures known as Lifecast.

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Project: Hear the waves crash. Breathe the air. See the coast.

Portland Museum of Art
Hear the waves crash. Breathe the air. See the coast. Portland Museum of Art

​​Influential 19th century artist Winslow Homer lived and worked in a studio in Prouts Neck, Maine. The studio and coastal walks around it are as intensely atmospheric as the art it inspired.

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Project: Real life smoke and mirrors immerse Halloween visitors

Winchester Mystery House
Real life smoke and mirrors immerse Halloween visitors Winchester Mystery House

Ahead of Halloween, we collaborated with Winchester Mystery House to create an eerie nighttime guided tour around the famously ghostly historical home.

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Project: Giving voice to the unsung heroes of the bush

The Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame
Giving voice to the unsung heroes of the bush The Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame
Art Processors led the $15 million creative and digital transformation of the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre, the biggest transformation in the museum's 30-year history. View Project

Project: Creating dark, different, experimental experiences

Museum of Old and New Art (Mona)
Creating dark, different, experimental experiences Museum of Old and New Art (Mona)
When David Walsh opened the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) he wanted to revolutionise the way a museum could look and feel—no wall labels, no scholarly rhetoric. View Project

Project: Awakening First Nations knowledge

The University of Melbourne
Awakening First Nations knowledge The University of Melbourne
How can extended reality technologies 'awake' the untold stories and generational knowledge of Australia's First Nations people? View Project

Project: A dark, theatrical tour at Melbourne Zoo

Zoos Victoria
A dark, theatrical tour at Melbourne Zoo Zoos Victoria

To engage young adults, who typically don't visit zoos, Art Processors collaborated with Zoos Victoria and a theatre company to create an edgy, immersive digital experience. Visitors themselves became the actors as they used a handheld device to follow one of four themed pathways around the zoo.

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Project: Audio that moves you, and with you

Australian War Memorial
Audio that moves you, and with you Australian War Memorial
Working closely with creative agency Imagination, we helped architect and develop the award-winning Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience Audio Guide. Designed as a multi-layered cinematic experience, it upended the idea of a traditional museum audio tour, delivering location-aware storytelling for an intended audience of 1.2 million people. View Project