The program 2016 at the Museum Aargau includes various audio interventions. Under the title “Ganz Ohr” old trees and castle walls are telling stories from past times, roman legions are marching around the corner and at every full hour the sound of a glockenspiel sounds from the monastery garden.
Tweaklab was commissioned with the media planning, programming and installation of the six audio stations at Kloster Königsfelden, at the Legionärspfad, at Schloss Lenzburg, Wildegg, Hallwyl and Habsburg.
Additionally Tweaklab developed and implemented the two productions at Schloss Lenzburg and at the garden of Kloster Königsfelden. This enables the visitors to listen to tales of former residents of the castle, which are played from a hexagonal cone that is mounted around an old tree of the castle. Each cone is equipped with a speaker, and a wooden pedestal around the tree invites the visitors to stay.
The platform at the monastery garden on which the clockwork is mounted was also designed and installed by Tweaklab.