Borne and Spindle have created a film to re-launch the Sainsbury Centre where art is alive.
‘Dear Art’ is an invitation to art around the world to join the
Sainsbury Centre, the first museum in the world to recognise art as being alive. Because
if art had a choice, it would definitely want to live there.
2023 marks 50 years since Sir Robert and Lady Sainsbury donated their art collection to the University of East Anglia (UEA) and asked a young Norman Foster to create a radical alternative to the traditional art museum. Half a century on, the Sainsbury Centre is re-invigorating their extraordinary ambition and re-imagining it within a 21st-century context.
Amongst the new experiences this unique museum concept will enable visitors to hug Henry Moore’s Mother and Child, dance with first-millennium Tang dynasty ceramic figurines, or lie down and talk to a Giacometti portrait.
The film will be used across paid digital media, PR and social to announce the relaunch to the world.
Client: Sainsbury Centre
Head of Client Services: Holly Bamford
Head of Strategy: Chris Bosher
Agency Producer: Eve McDonald
Script: Eoin Mclaughlin
Executive Producer: Stitch Richardson
Producer: Rachel Prendergast
DOP: Courtney Bennett
Focus Puller: Robert Hayward
Camera Trainee: Ryan Rae
Gaffer: Steve Cameron
Spark: Charlie Lane
Kit: SHL London & Sphynx Films
Production Designer: Jessica Sharman
MUA: Suzie Love
Editor: Tim Swaby @ Spindle
Title Design: Joe Page-Brown
Post Production: POD London
Colourist: Dominic Phipps @ Company3
Colour Producer: Chris Anthony
Sound Designer: Alex Wilson-Thame @ Creative Outpost
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