Disobedient Objects, Exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum in London About the Role of Objects in Social Movements

Disobedient Objects Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum

“Disobedient Objects” is a new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London on the role of objects in social movements since the late 1970s. The exhibition features a variety of objects from movements from around the world, including banners, defaced currency, and experimental activist-bicycles. As part of the exhibition, the museum has released downloadable guides on how to make improvised tools used by protesters. “Disobedient Objects” is open through February 1, 2015.

Disobedient Objects Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum

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