Besides the famous Beethoven Frieze, the Vienna Secession also shows contemporary art
The Vienna Secession didn’t have an audio guide and wanted to offer not only a classic audio guide system but also a modern and digital solution to their customers. Additionally, they looked for a way to display their temporary exhibitions and therefore change content from time to time to be up to date.
We started our first partner project with the Secession in 2015.
Together with the Secession we produced a guide, which is offered on location in both the classic way and as innovative app solution. For the app we added pictures and texts as additional content to offer a holistic media guide to visitors.
Bit by bit the content has been translated into other languages so it is now available in German, English, Italian, French, and Spanish.
We were happy to provide the Vienna Secession with a fully functional, digital audio guide in 2015 – our first project with a partner!
When the pandemic hit in 2020, the Secession created an outdoor guide which covers the surrounding of the building and explains the history of the Association of Visual Artists. We were happy to support them and to offer the second audio guide from the Secession on our platform!