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DavidAtkinsonLi ghting Design (DA LD)has once againworkedclosely with Land
Design Studio to create thelightingfor theBritishMusic Experience,apermanent
exhibition at TheO2inLondon
Spearheaded by music mogul Harvey classroom space and area for musicians Project Details
Goldsmith, and funded by The O2 own- to rehearse. General lighting to the space Lighting Design: David Atkinson Lighting Design (DALD)
Exhibition Design: Land Design Studioers Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), comes from RZB polycarbonate spheres
Lighting Programmer: Stuart Parkerthe British Music Experience (BME) is an which are suspended above the space and
M&E: ME Engineers
interactive music exhibition within The O2, fitted with dimmable compact fluorescent Software Designers: Clay Interactive, ISO Design & Studio Simple
Software Production: Sue Jolyformerly the ill-fated Millennium Dome that lamps. Accent lighting to wall graphics is
Sound Design: Peter Keywas used to house the controversial Millen- from track mounted small Flos Pure Spots.
AV installation: Sysco AV
Electrical Installation: DES Electricalnium Experience during 2000. Within the Gibson Interactive Studio
Photography: Mike LethbyFour years in the making, the exhibition members of the public can play various
enables music lovers to trace historic mo- instruments including guitars and drums and Lighting Specified
Shop Retail Areaments and trends through the decades, even mix a music track. Mounted above the
12 x RZB Polymero Pendant 1040mm, 16 x Flos Compass Spotlearn about music’s influence on art, fash- space a series of cymbals are up lit by wall
35W CDMR-111, Assorted 3 Circuit Lighting Track
ion and politics and tailor the experience to mounted metal halide fixtures fitted with
VIP Areatheir own music tastes through interactive red glass filters. The various instruments
7 x Modo Luce Pendant With Dimmable Gear, 11 x Flos Compasselements. and large black and white images are lit
Spot with 50w AR111 8° Lamp, 11 x Honeycomb Louver for
Compass Spot, Assorted 3 Circuit Lighting Track, 1 x iLight 4 XAppointed by AEG in 2007, DALD was tasked with metal halide spots fitted with day-
5amp Ican Programmable Dimmer, 1 x iLight Control Platewith creating a dynamic lighting design for light colour correction filters to help add
the high-tech, interactive music exhibition good contrast to the red up lighting of the Pre & Exit Show
4 x Robe 250AT Wash, 10 x Pulsar Demon Strobe DMX, 10 Chroma-covering over 7,000sqm on the top floor of cymbals.
Q Color Punch LED, 2 x Chroma-Q A/B DMX / DMX Buffer 8 Way,the 02 Bubble, a two-storey bubble-shaped The dramatic Core space consists of a large
48 x Custom Gobos for SmartMac, 56 x Remote Controlled Lighting
DR2/DMX, 1 x DMX Merger, 2 x CITC Starhazer Water, 2 x JEM DMXexhibition space built to museum standards, central drum projection screen and maze
Fan, 1 x Jands Vista Desk, 1 x DMX interfaces, 1 x Enttec E-Streamerwhich opened in November 2007. of suspended speakers that is referred to
(DMX Replay)
The main exhibition combines chronologi- as the ‘Speaker Scape’. Mounted around
Sound Tunnelcal zones with thematic installations. The the perimeter of the space narrow beam
24 x Flos Pure Spot 3 QR111 65w, 24 x Flos Pure Spot Flood Lensnature of popular music has encouraged the Metal Halide Meyer units up light the
& Holding ring, 2 x Flos Battery no Trim LV Downlight, Assorted 3
Circuit Lighting Trackunprecedented use of digital media, with a ‘Speaker Scape’ in deep blue, which cre-
mixture of interactive and linear applica- ates an immersive floating quality. Pools Jam Studio
tions, integrated with a coveted collection of saturated blue light over the floor area 18 x Flos Pure Spot GX5.3, 18 x Flos Pure Spot Wall Wash Lens &
Holding ring, Assorted 3 Circuit Lighting Track, 12 x RZB Polymeroof music memorabilia. come from high level Teclumen fixtures
Pendant 620mm + Dimmable Gear, 1 x 4 Way Dimmer (1 x 0-10VThe Pre-Show space gives a brief five-min- suspended above the space. To help support
/ 3 x 200W Incandescent)
ute introduction AV about the BME and how the projection on the central drum screen
Gibson Interactive Studioto view the various areas with the unique ETC Source Four Junior Zoom HID fixtures
16 x Flos Compass Spot – Flood, 16 x Red Filters for above &Smarticket system. This allows the visitor project custom line up grids to the side of
Holding ring, 16 x Honeycomb Louver for Compass Spot, 6 x Flos
Pure Spot 3 QR111 65W, 6 x Red Filters for above & Holdingto activate the interactive elements of the the projection area.
ring, 19 x Flos Compass Spot 35W CDMR-11, 19 x Blue colourexhibition and also to register further inter- Around the perimeter of the space, graphic
correction filter for above, Assorted 3 Circuit Lighting Track
est in specific BME features. text links to the entrances of the various
Main Core Space – High LevelThe lighting in this space consists of Remote time zones are carefully lit by 20-watt low
24xTeclumenMultibeam150MFLINC150WCDM-T(4000KELVIN),Controlled Lighting (RCL) DR2 & Martin voltage recessed fittings with elliptical
20 x Medium Blue Dichroic filter, 4 x Red Dichroic Filter, 24 x Black
Snoot for above, 8 x ETC Source 4 Junior Zoom HID inc 150W CDM-Smartmac’s, used to illuminate the audi- spreader lenses.
T (4000KELVIN), 8 x Custom Glass Gobo & Holder, 8 x Blue Colourence for walk in and walk out. These units Within the core area there are several
Correction Filter for above, 24 x Meyer Superlite inc 150W CDM-T
are suspended from a high level box truss. interactives, which include a ‘Playback (4000KELVIN), 24 x Louver, 24 x Dark Blue Glass filter for above, 16
x Forma Lighting LV Down light 20W, 16 x Transformers for above,From the Pre-Show area the audience is & Transmission’ showcase that displays
16 x Spreader Lens for abovetaken through a space referred to as the anything from an original Sony Walkman
Main Core Space – Low Level ‘Playback Transmission’‘Sound Corridor’ to the main Core space, Cassette player to early television sets. The
2 x UFO 70W Fibre Optic projector + Dimmer shutter, 2 x 20 TailJam Studio and Gibson Interactive Studio. lighting to this showcase is by a combina-
Harness 4m Length, 36 x DGA 2W LED Head, 5 x 16way DriverThe lighting to this area consists of lighting tion of DMX activated LED heads and Fibre
500ma, 2 x Anytronics DMX switcher
track with Flos Pure spots fitted with wall Optics.
Suppliers: Lightworks (Flos); Commercial Lighting Systemswash optics to light the bold text graphics. ‘Dance to The Decade’ is a black box area
(Meyer); AC Lighting Special Projects (UFO, Anytronics, Teclumen,
The Jam studio has been designed as a where members of the public can inter- Pulsar, Martin Pro, Robe, Jands, ETC, RCL), RZB UK, iLight
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