Play & Psychoanalysis, a new exhibition at London’s Freud Museum, is using Imagineear’s interactive MPti™ devices.
The exhibition has been produced in partnership with King’s College London. It follows a trail around the Hampstead-based Freud Museum. The house the London home of the founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud who lived here when he fled Nazi-occupied Vienna in 1938. The house remained the home of his daughter Anna up until her death in 1982.
Imagineear has created screen designs and visual content that echo the colours, graphics and mood of the exhibition. They have been designed to complement the audio and video content. Imagineear and the curatorial team worked closely together on the content and technical solution. The company advised, created and delivered all elements of the fixed-point interpretation.
The Freud Museum attracts visitors from around the world, fascinated by the life and work of Sigmund Freud and his daughter Anna Freud. It is a key attraction for anyone with an interest in psychoanalysis and its influence on how we think about the mind today.
“We wanted the best way of engaging visitors in our temporary exhibition, which needed to take into account the logistics of working round, what is in effect, a large family home housing a permanent collection,” says Sophie Leighton, curator of the museum. “Providing multimedia content at fixed points with Imagineear’s creative and technological input has proved to be a brilliant solution for us and our visitors.”
She has only praise for Imagineear. “The team at Imagineear were fantastic to work with and provided guidance, creative solutions and a commitment to the project above and beyond our expectations.”
Play & Psychoanalysis is on view until 10th September.