Guggenheim Audio Tour Hack Turns Sculpture Exhibit Into Pop Culture Tribute

Guggenheim Audio Tour Hack Turns Sculpture Exhibit Into Pop Culture Tribute

An alternative guide brings John Chamberlain's Guggenheim exhibit, 'Choices,' to life as an artistic tribute to The Transformers.

Allie Walker
  • 2 may 2012

Audio Tour Hack has created a fictional story line, ‘Artobots,’ as an alternative (and unofficial) audio guide to the Solomon R. Guggenheim’s John Chamberlain exhibit, ‘Choices.’ The not-for-profit commentary and art project was created as a way to gain appeal for the exhibit with a wider audience, re-imagining sculptures in Chamberlain’s exhibit through the pop-culture lens of ‘The Transformers.’ The creator’s commented in their press release:

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