Exhibition Production - an example


Totem Media is a collective of creative individuals, some with their own small companies, and each with a particular set of specialist skills. This allows us to plan and execute exhibitions in a seamless integrated manner, ensuring that delivery is on time and within budget while remaining in close contact with the client throughout the process.

Nabeel Essa, architect in residence at Totem Media, at an early Precinct design meeting.

Totem Media’s exhibitions are known for their complex yet beautiful designs. These highly technical, detailed, hand-crafted exhibitions are developed and produced almost entirely in-house by a team of researchers, writers, architects, designers, technical experts and set builders. The fact that Totem Media has complete control over the timing and quality of the work gives our clients peace of mind and ongoing opportunities to engage with the production process.

Left: Nabeel Essa, architect in residence at Totem Media, at an early Precinct design meeting.

The following photographs were taken during the year-long Moruleng Cultural Precinct build process. With well over 7 000 individual parts going through a cutting, laser, CNC, lathe or print process, Totem Media is uniquely positioned and fully able to handle the complexity of these processes.

For the Moruleng Cultural Precinct project we estimate that over 80% of the exhibition manufacturing and build was done in-house, while the design, engineering, audiovisual, interactive, lighting and content production were done entirely in-house.

  

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