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EXPO 2000

Australian Pavilion - Hanover, Germany.

 Main Entrance to the 2000 Australian Pavilion.

Main Entrance to the 2000 Australian Pavilion.

 Think OTS was commissioned to create the two main shows for the pavilion, "Timeless Land" and "Many Faces".  "TIMELESS LAND" was a 180° show that won several major international awards.

Think OTS was commissioned to create the two main shows for the pavilion, "Timeless Land" and "Many Faces".  "TIMELESS LAND" was a 180° show that won several major international awards.

 "Many Faces" was a multi-projector show highlighting 5 filmmakers from Australia. 

"Many Faces" was a multi-projector show highlighting 5 filmmakers from Australia. 

 We were the first production in the world to modify and use a digital stills camera to shot multiscreen time-lapse content.

We were the first production in the world to modify and use a digital stills camera to shot multiscreen time-lapse content.

This show won a Sliver Medal at the New York Festivals for “This Timeless Land”, a video created for the Australia Pavilion at World Expo 2000 in Hanover, Germany for Jack Morton Worldwide. 

The stunning 180° piece depicts Australia’s famous and not-so-famous landscapes in an emotional and evocative format.  

The impact of “This Timeless Land” was incredible, a testament to the power of the moving image medium and the talent of the design and production team.