David Bowie could be the focus of a new ABBA Voyage-style virtual reality show.
The ‘Starman’ singer died of cancer in 2016 at the age of 69, but discussions are underway to follow in the ‘Super Trooper’ hitmaker’s footsteps and create a digital avatar of the legendary performer. So fans got the chance to experience his iconic showmanship all over again. , a virtual portrait has been playing in London since last May.
A source told the Sunday Mirror: It’s a very exciting time. “
And Brett Morgen, who directed 2022 Bowie’s Moonage Daydream, thinks it will be a very “interesting” project.
he said: Do you have any Bowie ones? I think something interesting might happen in the future. “
Earlier this week, Bowie’s 80,000-plus archive of handwritten lyrics, letters, sheet music, original costumes, fashion, photography, movies, music videos, set designs, the “Heroes” singer’s own instruments, and more will be on display. It became clear. It will be published for the first time in 2025.
The late pop icon will also be immortalized with the establishment of the David Bowie Center for the Study of Performing Arts at the V+A East Storehouse in Stratford’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
V+A Director Dr Tristram Hunt said in a statement: V+A is thrilled to be the custodian of his incredible archive and to publish it. From Berlin to Tokyo to London, Bowie’s radical innovations across music, theater, film, fashion and style continue to influence design and visual culture, from Janelle Monae to Lady Gaga, Tilda Swinton, Raf Until Simmons continues to inspire creative people.
“Our new collection center, the V+A East Storehouse, is the ideal place to bring Bowie’s work into dialogue with the V+A collection, which spans 5,000 years of art, design and performance.
“A huge thank you to the David Bowie Estate, the Blavatnik Family Foundation and Warner Music Group for making this happen and providing a new sourcebook for Bowie of tomorrow!”