V&A, London, UK. 31st January, 2017. A collaboration between the Goethe-Institut London and the V&A in partnership with the British Council, Collecting Europe features twelve new contemporary art installations envisioning how Europe might look 2000 years from now. Rosa Barba - Let Me See It, a film telling the story of a man who is losing his eyesight. © Malcolm Park editorial/Alamy Live News.

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V&A, London, UK. 31st January, 2017. A collaboration between the Goethe-Institut London and the V&A in partnership with the British Council, Collecting Europe features twelve new contemporary art installations envisioning how Europe might look 2000 years from now. Rosa Barba - Let Me See It, a film telling the story of a man who is losing his eyesight. © Malcolm Park editorial/Alamy Live News.
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V&A, London, UK. 31st January, 2017. A collaboration between the Goethe-Institut London and the V&A in partnership with the British Council, Collecting Europe features twelve new contemporary art installations envisioning how Europe might look 2000 years from now, alongside the artists who created them. The installations go on display at the V&A from 1 – 7 February as part of the free week-long festival, Collecting Europe. Created in a range of media from digital and interactive installations to film, sugar sculpture, tapestry, live performance, musical interventions and pocket-sized publications, the artworks will transform spaces across the V&A. © Malcolm Park editorial/Alamy Live News.
Location: V&A London