Archaeological exhibition of the Naga Project with spatial sound

Our latest job is complete! usomo developed the spatial sound concept (in cooperation with the composer and multi-instrumentalist Mark Polscher) and the spatial sound production for the exhibition of the Naga Project, an archaeological excavation project in Sudan of the State Museum of Egyptian Art in Munich. The exhibition designer Die Werft had the creative lead.

Naga is a temple city of the ancient empire of Meroe (350 BC to 350 AD) in today’s Sudan. It is considered one of the most complex archaeological sites of that era. The exhibition “Naga – Die verschüttete Königsstadt” makes use of the spatial sound system usomo in order to allow visitors to immerse themselves into the world of Naga through sound.

More information on the project
12 May to 22 October 2023