#DisobedientObjects

This exhibition is far from the final word on out-designing authority, and there are so many objects we wish we could have included from struggles past and present. There are many other important object-histories of disobedience still to be told.

The ideas and objects in the show were often also made communally, shared and adapted across movements. Putting a few of them in a public museum doesn’t stop their life continuing outside.

Below are just a few disobedient objects, shared on twitter by our team and people who follow the exhibition over the last week.  We encourage you to share your own disobedient objects via the tweets #DisobedientObjects

One #DisobedientObjects is the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) scarf above.  Museum no. T.20-1946,  Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

One #DisobedientObjects is the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) scarf above.
Museum no. T.20-1946, Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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