Exhibitions

 

Glastonbury Land and Legend exhibition

V&A museum

I worked with the V&A Theatre and Performance Department to help create this exhibition, which looks at the world of Glastonbury Festival beyond the music. I went to Glastonbury Festival in 2014 and 2016 to record a mix of atmosphere and interviews with attendees and staff. From this we created two exhibitions, one at the Page Quadrennial in 2015, and on at the V&A museum in London in 2016.

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By Me William Shakespeare

Inigo Rooms, Somerset House, for 59 Productions.

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Shakespeare: Greatest Living Playwright

V&A Museum, for 59 Productions.

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500 Years of Hampton Court: A Digital Tapestry

Hampton Court Buttery, for 59 Productions. 

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David Bowie Is

V&A, for 59 Productions

I cleaned and remastered vast swathes of David Bowie's material for this exhibition, as well as creating original Bowie-esque soundscapes for various areas of the exhibition. I also worked with Sennheiser to design the layout of the innovative Guideport headphone system and the Auro 3D sound system.

The exhibition opened at the V&A Museum, London, UK Summer 2014 and has since visited the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; MIS, Sao Paulo; Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin; MCA, Chicago;; Philharmonie de Paris, France; ACMI, Melbourne; Groniger Museum, Groniger; MAMbo, Bologna; Warehouse Terrada G1, Tokyo and the Museum del Disseny, Barcelona.

"excellent sound design from Gareth Fry" Der Tagesspiegel

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Interview with Gareth on David Bowie Is

Digital Revolution

Barbican Curve, for 59 Productions.

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Five Stages of Truth

V&A exhibition. Presented in London at the V&A, the National Theatre and toured internationally. Director: Katie Mitchell

Forbidden Peacock

Brunswick Shopping Centre.
Director & Designer: Takis.

Touching Space

Exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Directors: Catherine Alexander& Victoria Gould