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- There was one audio track per object or group of objects
- Content-wise, there was some overlap between what was on the walls and labels and what was in the audio tracks
- Audio track consisted of commentaries and interviews by expert curators (at the AGO), and creators of the objects (artists, fashion designers, photographers, furniture designers, etc.)
- Erin found these very interesting listen to: gave context around the objects
- Interviews and commentaries relayed things she'd otherwise never know about: how, when, where the object was created; stories about why it was made in such a way, why a certain material was used, etc. - In other words, interesting contextual information that she'd otherwise never know about

If the audio tours were free...

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