“This work was so timid and discreet I’m ashamed of its quietude today. We can do so much better. First, the statues, symbols, then the cultural heritage, then the actual wealth, in the form of reparations, together with education about our actual history. Nothing less will do.”
James Bridle, on the anniversary of his Victoria and Albert Museum installation Five Eyes (2015), a piece that “uses objects and archive files from the V&A’s collections to explore the nature of structural and institutional power”

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