6 09, 2019
  • hand with phone showing gibca gothenburg biennial app

Navigate the artworks at Göteborg International Biennial with new app!

2019-09-06T11:59:39+00:00September 6th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

The Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA) is here! We are happy to have a small part in GIBCA this year, creating the pinkest, most art-packed OnSpotStory app to date 🙂

The biennial team have done a really great job making the app fit their unique graphic profile, using custom map markers, fonts and colours throughout the design. 

Get your art on

The app offers tours of each of the biennial’s exhibitions with information about artists and their works. The event calendar feature is used for the programme of the biennial, keeping visitors up to date with art events such as film screenings and workshops.

Can your phone become a […]

12 06, 2019
  • Selma Lagerlöf standing in Mårbacka

Marvelous Sunne Launches New Guide App

2019-10-09T20:35:58+00:00June 12th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Sunne, Marvelous Sunne, is located right in the middle of Värmland, a landscape full of contrasts. Culture and the tradition of storytelling are strong in Sunne. This is where the author and Nobel laureate Selma Lagerlöf lived and worked, and her legacy remains strong.

The new OnSpotStory app ‘Sagolika Sunne’ (Marvelous Sunne) offers several tours, packed with inspiring stories. Get to know Selma Lagerlöf’s Sunne, find your way to some of Sunne’s gems and experience Mårbacka estate, the country house where Selma Lagerlöf lived for much of her life.

We are investing in a guide app so that visitors can find ‘the marvelous’. We are making history accessible through every smartphone, where visitors can easily engage in the […]

29 01, 2019

Speaking Memories – The Last Witnesses of the Holocaust

2019-07-11T15:03:40+00:00January 29th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , |

We are very honoured to have the tiniest of parts in the new exhibition Speaking Memories – The Last Witnesses of the Holocaust – at the Swedish History Museum. The exhibition is, in the words of the museum, “dedicated to those who were there. Those who have personal memories and experience from the Holocaust. Those who survived”.

Speaking Memories is portraits, testimonies, videos, an interactive installation as well as an audio guide in which you can listen to testimonies from some of the survivors. The exhibition is on until September 2019.

Listen here.
The majority of the testimonies are in Swedish.