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INSTALLATIONS

As a sound artist Richard Pike has worked on installations for Nike, Hyundai, Linked In, Cartier, Jo Malone, Beeple and UNSW. Most notably with London innovators United Visual Artists, artist Mel O'Callaghan and Australian company Collider.

Mission for Earth Habitation - University Of New South Wales, Collider, 2022

Designed and produced by Collider for the University of New South Wales, 'Mission For Earth Habitation' was a one day exhibition staged on the University’s annual Open Day. Video directed by Glenn Stewart. Score by Richard Pike and JQ. 

Beeple - Everydays: The First 5000 Days, New York 2021

In 2007, Mike Winkelmann, aka Beeple, posted a new work of art online. He did the same thing every day for 13 years, to make a unique work in the history of digital art. It eventually sold at Christie’s for $69 million. The work was presented at the crypto event ‘Dreamverse’, with music scored by Jon Dix and Richard Pike.

Limen - United Visual Artists, London 2019.

'Limen' explores the subjective connections between sound and colour vibrations, visualised by a tangible medium. It included use of 16 audio speakers placed under pools of water to create vibrations. Commissioned by Jo Malone perfumes, the event included 4 separate 'scent rooms' each with musical loops reflecting the individual scents, coalescing to make a harmonious sound-piece when heard in the main room.

Cartier 'Magicien' - Another Space (United Visual Artists) Tokyo, 2016.

Spatial and installation design for the launch of Cartier 'Magicien', the brand’s 2016 collection, in the Tokyo National Museum.

The pieces involved became the basis of the 2018 Deep Learning album 'Soft Confidence'. 

Principles Of Motion - United Visual Artists, Seoul, 2014

 

Kinetic sculptures accompanied by a shifting cinematic landscape. Commissioned by Hyundai Motor Studio gallery in Seoul, South Korea.

Dangerous on-the-way - Mel O'Callaghan, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2017

 

Filmed in North East Borneo to attend a tradition: the harvesting of birds’ nests, a particularly dangerous ritual, performed twice a year by the Orang Sungai people, at a height of over 120 meters – in the “white caves” of Gomantong. The film focuses on the "ekstasis" this ritual induces, the mental state described as being “outside oneself”.


2 channel high definition colour video 32:9, sound
31 mins 56 secs

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