Sentio Space was founded in 2013 with a drive to give unfamiliar ideas a larger audience. From then until now, we’ve been helping public and cultural institutions break down barriers and engage more people than ever before.
We know that sometimes abstract ideas, like the renaissance, impressionism, or extremism, can be difficult to understand, making people feel excluded from the conversation. This is particularly true for museums, art galleries, universities, and government departments, who risk alienating new audiences.
By producing audiovisual content, including animations, podcasts, and live projections, we’ve found that our team of project directors, animators, illustrators, engineers, artists and composers, is able to open a window into the world of abstract ideas, helping people of all backgrounds explore and understand new concepts.
We work with our clients to communicate ideas in a way that is both accessible and engaging, attracting a more inclusive and diverse audience. So if you’re interested in joining organisations like the Tate, School of Life, and Met Police, to broaden and inspire your following, we’d love to hear from you.