It’s another brick in the wall for the world’s best-known psychedelic rock band: its very own audio-visual
It’s another brick in the wall for the world’s best-known psychedelic rock band: its very own audio-visualexhibition at the prestigious V&A Museum in London, named ‘Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains’ (on till October 1; tickets €20–24). It’s a space where Division Bell’s album sleeve, the face masks the band used during ‘The Wall Live’ concert and the iconic Melody Maker advertisement (from one of their concerts back in ’66) come together. It’s the next best thing to attending one of their immersive concerts, famous for sound, light and performative fury. The installations use the best of audiovisual technologies to showcase the band in a unique light. See vam.ac.uk/exhibitions/pink-floyd for more details.