The scale and ambition of Pink Floyd’s imagery and live performances are encapsulated by several interactive, floor-to-ceiling installations by Stufish. From a massive representation of “The Wall” stage set used during Pink Floyd’s original 1980-1 tour with the giant inflatable schoolteacher looming over “The Wall” into the vaulted ceiling; visual trickery is adopted to create a parallax of Battersea Power Station complete with towering chimneys which is the London landmark pictured on the cover of Pink Floyd’s “Animals” album, and a pitch-black space containing a holographic image bringing to life “The Dark Side Of The Moon”’s famous prism.
until 1 October 2017
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains
conceived by Storm Thorgerson
curated by Aubrey ‘Po’ Powell with Nick Mason
Cromwell Rd, London