• Digital Revolution, Gravity - Anatomy of Shot, Barbican Center, 2014

  • Digital Revolution, Gravity - Anatomy of Shot, Barbican Center, 2014

  • Digital Revolution, Inception, Barbican Center, 2014

  • Digital Revolution, Inception, Barbican Center, 2014

  • Digital Revolution, Inception, Barbican Center, 2014

  • Digital Revolution, Barbican Center, 2014

Creative Team

Head of Barbican International Enterprises
Neil McConnon

Guest Curator
Conrad Bodman

Assistant Curators
Dani Admiss
Sunny Cheung

Exhibition Interior Design
Ab Rogers Design

Media Design
59 Productions

 

59 Productions

Creative Directors
Lysander Ashton
Richard Slaney

Animator / Editor
Joseph Pierce

Line Producer
Akhila Krishnan

Assistant Designer
Gareth Damian Martin

Sound Design
Gareth Fry

Technical Design
Ben Pearcy

Senior Technician
Andy Coates

Technical Associate
Maximilien Spielbichler

Technician
Nick Corrigan

Developers
Chris Plant
Steve Holmes
Oli Lippiet

Digital Revolution

59 / BIE / AR Design

About this Project

Digital Revolution is the most comprehensive presentation of digital creativity ever to be staged in the UK

This immersive and interactive exhibition brings together for the first time a range of artists, filmmakers, architects, designers, musicians and game developers, all pushing the boundaries of their fields using digital media. It also looks at the dynamic developments in the areas of creative coding and DIY culture and the exciting creative possibilities offered by augmented reality, artificial intelligence, wearable technologies and 3-D printing.

59 Productions have led the media design for the exhibition working with a wide range of contributors and artists to create a variety of different pieces, including projection design, interactive pieces, apps and more.

Showcase moments for 59 include the 'Digital Archeology' projection wall, a multiscreen piece exploring digital culture highlights of the past 40 years.  59 has also worked closely with the teams from visual effects studios Framestore and Double Negative to realise exciting new installation pieces exploring the ground-breaking work on two iconic (and oscar-winning) films, Christopher Nolan's Inception and Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity.

Press features

The Guardian

New York Times

Design Week

The Independent

Creative Review

Wired

Project Home

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