The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision renews its museum

Tender for multimedia designers, audiovisual experts and game designers starts now

Sound and Vision, the Dutch Institute for Media Culture, is renewing its museum. The new museum will replace the Media Experience, the current permanent exhibition. It will be a hotspot, both on- and offline, for people who are interested in media culture. The central storyline within the new museum is that everyone has a certain position in today’s media landscape. As a consumer, as a subject of conversation, and – increasingly – as a participant or maker. The new museum lets visitors experience how this complex process works, and how today’s media world came to be. The tender for multimedia designers, audiovisual specialists and game designers has been published on TenderNed the 10th of April and has been published on TED today.

In this tender procedure, Sound and Vision is looking for either one agency or several creative agencies (a so-called combination) with the necessary knowledge and experience to deliver the design and realisation of interactive audiovisual programmes including app, in close collaboration with the commissioning authority (Sound and Vision) and the other participants in the design team.

Sound and Vision will both provide all content and manage the process of its renewal, with a team of the world’s top museum professionals. Creative strategist Pieter van der Heijden (XPEX) developed a masterplan for Sound and Vision and has final responsibility for all of art direction. Moreover, Tinker Imagineers has recently signed for creating the spatial, graphic and media design.

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