360 degree sound and vision installations immerse the audience in an overpowering sensory experience, encouraging an emotive understanding of these stories of conflict and peace to inspire a deeper empathy with these topics, so often at risk of desensitisation.
Our design of the installation means that the audience are encouraged to move around the vast area of the Main Exhibition Space, finding a different narrative thread from the each viewpoint.
This particular piece uses interviews, archive film and animation to present a multi-perspective view of peace building in post-conflict areas across the world.

The films are a provocation, using multiple voices and opinions to encourage debate within the museum’s broad audiences.