The Shadows of Shoah Exhibition
Launched January 2013 by NZ Prime Minister John Key and now available.
A unique presentation of Holocaust survivors' accounts using powerful and evocative art while carefully maintaining historical accuracy. Using strong black and white imagery and original music, selected episodes from survivors' experiences are presented in a brief, compelling format.
The exhibition utilizes six HD projectors, eight HD monitors, custom control software, 15 control PCs, LED lighting and audio equipment, all housed in a 7.76m diameter circular enclosure designed for ease of assembly and disassembly. Scroll down for a time-lapse of installation.
At this time we have support from Claims Conference
for a portion of our staging costs. Please enquire.
Logistics are partially sponsored. Crates: 12-13m3, approx 1500kg. Crate storage required (considerably smaller unpacked.)
2 days (removal 1 day)
Bookmarks, educational flyer, soundtrack on CD with booklet (under development).
General audience. No graphic or disturbing images.
Audio plays throughout opening hours. Maximum 85dbA at exhibition perimeter.
AC power, 2 circuits (2900W max). System programmed to daily start, stop, sleep.
2.8m ceiling height, 7.762m diameter exhibition footprint. See diagram in this flyer
Please download a flyer setting out technical requirements.
The video below shows the installation of the exhibition. We normally allow up to two days for setup.
Here it is shown in 30 seconds.