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Technology from Sennheiser will provide audio at the upcoming Revolution exhibit at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA). 

The exhibition, which opens to the public on June 17, will use Sennheiser’s AMBEO 3D audio technology and guidePORT audio guide system.  

“We are extremely pleased to work with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts as the official audio partner of this exciting exhibition,” adds Daniel Sennheiser, co-CEO of Sennheiser. “Through their collaboration with the V&A [Victoria & Albert Museum], the MMFA has captured the essence of a period that was pivotal in the shaping of today’s open-minded society. The unforgettable music of these turbulent times has significantly defined contemporary culture.”

Visitors will be able to examine the culture of the late 1960s at the exhibition, which features about 700 photographs, posters, album covers, design objects, books, clothes, works of art, and consumer products from the period. These items were selected in part by Diane Charbonneau, the curator of Modern and Contemporary Decorative Arts, and Photography at the MMFA. 

“The music of the period was both a reflection of and inspiration for the social upheaval of the period, and we are pleased to have worked with Sennheiser to bring that sonic tapestry to life within the museum,” Charbonneau says.


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