Ian began his career as a painter, sculptor then animator. He has recently staged his seventh exhibition On The Run, which celebrates his legacy as well as explores new concepts using floating screens, film, CGI and sound design.
In 1973 his ground-breaking experimental film French Windows brought him to the attention of Pink Floyd who commissioned him to visualise one of the greatest albums of all time - The Dark Side of The Moon, which includes the iconic Time sequence.
His animations have also featured in major exhibitions, such as Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains at the V&A and Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Roma. In addition to Pink Floyd concerts, his works have been used in numerous live music tours such as Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells Tour, David Gilmour's Live at Pompeii, and Roger Water's The Wall - Berlin and Us + Them World Tour.
Exhibition History Highlights
2016 - On The Run, Galeria Miejska, Wroclaw, Poland
2015 - Ikons' Icons, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
2014 - This Time Tomorrow, Ray Davies, Konk Studios, London
2013 - Time, BIAD, Birmingham
2012 - One Of These Days, Unit 24 Southbank, London
2010 - It Was a Thursday Night, The Horse Hospital, London
1980 - National Film Theatre Retrospective, London
ECHOES - Ian Emes
21 pages - Fully illustrated in colour,
8 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (21 x 21cm)
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