Gulliver’s Gate is the largest interactive museum of miniatures in the world.
Located in New York CIty’s Times Square, Gulliver’s allows visitors to tour a full city
block of advanced, hyper-realistic models of famous places from around the globe.
To create a truly immersive and interactive experience, Gulliver’s needed music and sound.
Our challenge was to compose a soundtrack that wasn't too location-specific; it needed to inspire awe without grandiosity, and help the viewer see both the vast scale of the models
and the minute and fascinating details within.
The piece functions as ambience, accommodating many levels of listening attention, inducing calm and space to think. Most importantly, it slows down the viewer, causing them to pause, look closer and dive deeper into the exhibits.
We drew inspiration from the music of Brian Eno, Christopher Willits,
Erik Satie and John Cage, and their extensions of music to embrace silence,
everyday sound and noise.