Narrative screens at the Workers Museum
Narrative screens with interviews at the Worker's Museum

No Parking delivered the content for a number of interactive narrative screens for “Suburbia – beloved and despised” and exhibition for the Workers Museum. The exhibition is about the working class’ relocation to suburbia. On the screens experts in architecture and anthropology appear. In the bottom of each screen is a bottom where the visitor can ask the experts questions that they will answer. When the experts are not answering questions they are in their screens “waiting” to get a question. This means that they are never “frozen” on the screen. This enhances the feeling that the expert is present in the room answering the visitor’s questions “live”.

No Parking interviewed and recorded all the experts. After the recordings the video material was edited in cooperation with the museum. No Parking also produced the graphical interface and programmed the interactive applications.