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Exhibitionism - Rolling Stone - Video Design

Now on an International tour - Exhibitionism features the video design of FRAY studio - Finn Ross & Adam Young.


Exhibitionism

The Rolling Stones, International Tour


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it’s an object lesson in the fact that the Stones were pioneers of the live show as spectacle, with scale models of the stages and a video explaining the concepts behind them
— The Guardian
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the most magnificent multi-sensory barrage of Stones ‘stuff’ you’re ever likely to encounter
— The Telegraph
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There’s a whole room on the development of the lips and tongue logo, with an enormous sculptural mock-up throbbing with projected colours and textures
— The Telegraph
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It’s possibly the loudest thing that ever happened in an art gallery
The exhibition culminates in a 3D film of the Stones performing ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ at London’s Hyde Park in July 2013, which will send you off with tinnitus.
— NME
Scenic design that makes smart use of video projections gives the show a seamless cinematic flow
video installations and miniature models reveal the extravagant stage sets that saw the Stones help pioneer the stadium experience.
— Mashable
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With the band members themselves as your guides, it feels more like an immersive autobiography than an exhibition.
— The Daily Beast
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Exhibitionism covers the 53 year history of The Rolling Stones from Mick and Keith first meeting at Dartford Station in 1962 to their most recent music and live performances.

The exhibition consists of over 200 screens, 30 projectors, 100 speakers, 300 videos, 1000 photos and 100 songs by the rolling stones.

FRAY developed the content over 1 year in collaboration with the whole creative team, working through the considerable archive of Rolling Stones images, video, sounds and objects to tell the story of the band and their vast and varied past.   We made 4 documentaries about the band; the stones on film, the stones on stage, the stones music videos and the bands relationship to the blues and the mutual debt they owe each other.   We developed a three dimension version of their famous logo and video mapped it with all its well know looks, several multi-screen instillations covering the bands early touring life, their work in the recording studio, their style and connection to the zeitgeist and a celebration of their collaborators.  We also developed 2 interactive iPad applications; one about the bands process in the recording studio and one that allows you to remix 8 of their songs.  There are also sound instillations covering their early life in a flat in Edith Grove, Mick and Keith’s song writing process and several previously unheard recordings.

Creatives

Creative Director - Ileen Gallagher

3D Design - Pentagram Design

Video Design - Finn Ross and Adam Young

Lighting Design - Woodruff Basset

Sound - Carolyn Downing

FRAY Team

Animators and Editors - Adam Young, Ash Woodward and Alex Vipond

Technical Manager - Jonathon Lyle

Production Manager - Sue Bird

Researcher - Bella Rizza and Lisa Savage

App Development - Tudor Jenkins