The exhibition provides an immersive digital experience housed in a series of dynamic studio environments. Through rare prints, artefacts and an immersive digital sound and light experience with video interviews, the visitor will be a participant in some of the most iconic and dynamic creative sessions in popular music and photography. The ground-breaking displays will bring to life Bowie and Duffy’s legendary creative process through interviews, music, film, artefacts, vintage and modern photography and Chromaluxe prints.
The exhibition requires a clear ceiling height of 3.6m.
The exhibition features original photography and artwork from Bowie's iconic Aladdin Sane album shoot with Duffy, including the famous image now referred to as the 'Mona Lisa of Pop' - Bowie with the lighting flash across his face. The exhibition lead image is an exclusive new version of that image created by Duffy's son Chris Duffy, himself a successful photographer and assistant on some of the original Bowie sessions.