The second Birmingham Made Me took place in June at Millennium Point; driven by Birmingham City University, it was even more ambitious and high profile than its predecessor!
Birmingham Made Me Design Expo is a project of the ‘think and do’ tank, Idea Birmingham and developed to promote innovative products and brands from the Midlands.
‘TIME’ is a retrospective exhibition of the work of artist Ian Emes, a pioneer of music videos and video art. Ian was the first ever animation student at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design’s Gosta Green site in 1972 where he created an animated student film ‘French Windows’, that brought him to the attention of iconic band, Pink Floyd.
Ian was commissioned to create animated films for The Dark Side of The Moon, including the famous infinity clock sequence ‘TIME’, which gives the exhibition its name. The retrospective showcases collaborations with Paul McCartney and Duran Duran and Emes’ BAFTA and Oscar nominated feature films.
Click on the link below to download the event flyer.