Items tagged with 'video'

The Battle of Britain Bunker Visitor Centre

London Borough of Hillingdon

March 2018

Interactives and Media

Clay worked closely with exhibition designers Skellon Studio to design and develop interactive and linear digital media for a new visitor centre that sits alongside the original wartime bunker in Hillingdon, London.

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The Sun: Living with our Star

Science Museum

October 2018


Set at the centre of our solar system, the Sun's brilliant light shapes our sense of time, our health and our environment. People have tried to harness its power and uncover its secrets since the dawn of civilisation.

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I object, Ian Hislop's search for dissent

British Museum

September 2018

AV Media

Working closely with the museum's internal design team, Clay designed and produced the AV media for this exhibition at the British Museum, the result of Ian Hislop's search for content that explores themes of dissent within the museum's vast collection.

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Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy, Myths

British Library

April 2017

Exhibition Designers:
Hara Clark

AV Media

Working closely with the library's team and designers Hara Clark, Clay produced the AV media for this exhibition at the British Library, which takes a fresh look at the Russian Revolution in its centenary year.

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Science Museum

December 2016

Explainer Videos

Clay created four pieces for the bold new permanent gallery, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, at the Science Museum in London. The Gallery explores the role mathematicians, their tools and ideas have played in building the world we live in. Our exhibits explain how some of the objects on display work and the mathematics involved.

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Three Centuries Exhibition

The Library and Museum of Freemasonry

March 2016

Buildings and Ceremony Films

Clay designed and produced two films, one about the history of the central London site, and the other about ceremony and public life.

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The Masquerade


December 2015

Theatrical Production
Slung Low

The Masquerade

18th-century Venice was celebrated for its worldly pleasures, including its masquerade, held at Carnival time. One of the essential stops on the 'Grand Tour', it was a period of revelry that enlivened Venice and offered Venetians and visitors a range of entertainments, from acrobatics and performances in the city's streets and piazzas, to balls, operas and gambling in private apartments.

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