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Audio Tour Hack: Artobots

Robots in disguise.

Published on May 10, 2012

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Created by new collective Audio Tour Hack, Artobots provides an alternative audio guide to the Guggenheim New York's John Chamberlain sculpture exhibition - setting it in the fictional realm of the Transformers.

Read by 'senior Harvard professor Patricia Redgrave', our audio track explains that the exhibition was commissioned by Megatron, leader of the Decepticons, and celebrates the Decepticon's annihilation of their archenemies, the Autobots, in 2028 A.D. It was commissioned by Megatron, leader of the Decepticons, and 'made possible' by the late John Chamberlain. Each piece is 'artfully crafted from the wreckage of the fallen Autobot army'.

Freelance creative Hal Kirkland is behind the Audio Tour Hack concept, and brought it to life alongside fellow creatives Mark Svartz, Catherine Bolton, Wilson Brown, Sean McGovern, Ashkan Farood, Azin Shamma and Fabeienne Feltus.

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Date
May 10, 2012
Client:
Audio Tour Hack
Creative Director:
Hal Kirkland

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