The firm's newest exhibit project, "Voices of Liberty," designed in collaboration with Potion, appeared in both Fast Company and in Time Out New York. The exhibit, which is installed in the Museum of Jewish Heritage's "Keeping History Center," focuses on the stories of immigrants to the United States, and features audio testimonials throughout the space. Fast Company quotes C&G; Partners' Jonathan Alger on the use of nontraditional exhibit items: "museums and libraries don't just collect three dimensional things," hence the utilization of new technologies, such as hand-held devices that respond to the visitor's location in the space, to convey the story of the exhibit. Time Out New York succinctly summarizes why the exhibit is worth visiting, filed under their "Why should I care?" line: "The center offers an experience that goes beyond staring at artifacts." The exhibit opens to the public on Friday, November 6th. Read the Fast Company article and listen to a sample testimonial here and read Time Out New York's write up here.