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Mounting Disobedient Objects

Early stages of cutting the rod and shaping it so the dolls sit at the desired angle.

Sadly, this is my final post on the museum blog for Disobedient Objects…but before I move on to new adventures, I’d like to give you a little glimpse into more of the behind-the-scenes work involved in the run up to Disobedient Objects. I am going to focus a little bit into two very simple mounts I made prior to […]

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Installing the Tiki Love Truck

Impressive manoeuvring through the first set of doors! (Phil, myself and Holly)

One of the highlights of working in the V&A’s Technical Services department is the enormous scope of projects and variety of objects we work with on a daily basis at the museum. Since joining the team in 2012, it’s been a whirlwind of excitement altogether; from couriering incredible Baroque sculptures on loan to the Musée-du-Louvre-Lens […]

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Making Lock-ons with Greenpeace

Touring the Greenpeace’s workshop. Photograph by Victoria Jessops.

Vikki Jessop is Lead Technician for ‘Disobedient Objects’, and always ready to fix the many complex problems the exhibition throws at her.  In this post Vikki takes a break from installing our exhibition to discuss how she learned to make lock-ons with Greenpeace.   I think if my mother knew just exactly how much time I’d spent researching how […]

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