Sentio Space began in 2012 with a passion project, a stop motion animation about cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats called Britain by Bike. 10 years on, we are one of London’s leading animation studios.
An exhibition and an app
There were three main events for Sentio Space in 2022. First, we hosted our inauguarl exhibition at Four Corners Gallery in Bethnal Green, an augmented reality exhibition. Second, we created a film for the National Shipbuilding Strategy, combining six animation styles in a single narrative. And we launched our first app at 2050cards, our sister company.
AR, Soulday Thursday, & 2050cards
A year of tremendous innovation at Sentio Space. We raised investment for 2050cards, our sister company. We created our first augmented reality print. And we launched Soulday Thursday, a monthly event where we chat philosophy, storytelling and art.
Global Pandemic, really?!
Covid strikes. Leading up to the pandemic, Sentio Space received the majority of its commissions from art galleries. Those disappeared. As an organisation, starting with Imperial College London, we adapted by moving towards creating content that helps with the shift from in person to digital events.
We move into a new studio in Bethnal Green, with a garden out back.
We turn our attention towards making bespoke animated cards for businesses and individuals, picking up 20 commissions.
2017 is a butterfly moment.
Sentio Space works with three leading
As ever, it’s not easy.
Britain By Bike: Our First Project
A fantastical story about four friends cycling the length of Britain on a tandem bike, from John O’Groats to Land’s End. A labour of love, this is a year in the making.
The Making of Britain By Bike
Animation novices, we learn as we go, taking over 7,000 individual photos that stitched together make up the four minute film.
The future waits to be written.