Museum of Unrest: a new space for activism, art and design

Askari Soldier

(IN BRIEF) The Museum of Unrest, initiated by LPS21, is a groundbreaking venture in activist art and design. Through its online platform, it facilitates connections among artists, designers, and activists to foster idea development. Blending design, technology, and societal themes, it transcends conventional boundaries and offers a global stage for discussions. Key features include curated thematic collections, interactive virtual events, and a diverse representation of artists. John Phillips, Director of LPS21, emphasizes its potential to redefine discussions on art, design, society, and global challenges like climate change. The museum invites exploration through its website and can be followed on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook. Contact information is provided for further inquiries.

(PRESS RELEASE) LONDON, 6-Jun-2024 — /EuropaWire/ — The Museum of Unrest, a new venture launched by LPS21 aims to be a pioneering resource in the activist art and design worlds. The launch of our first online collection of images, writing and discussion, offers a platform for artists, designers and activists to connect, and develop ideas.

The Museum of Unrest blends features about design, technology and artistry with content about society and sustainable development. The Museum of Unrest transcends traditional boundaries, providing a global stage for discussion.

Key features

  • Curated online collections: The Museum of Unrest curates thematic collections that aim to promote conversations.
  • Interactive Events: We aim to host virtual events, including talks and online exhibitions.
  • Global reach: We feature artists from different geographical locations and backgrounds, promoting cultural diversity.

“We are delighted to launch the Museum of Unrest, a digital space that can redefine the way we discuss art, design, society and global challenges like climate change”, said John Phillips, Director of LPS21, the sponsoring organisation. LPS 21 ran a leading London print studio before reconfiguring its activities to concentrate on digital projects. Museum of Unrest invites artists, designers activists and  enthusiasts to start their voyage of discovery by visiting

You can connect with the Museum of Unrest on Instagram, Facebook and X.

Media contact:

John Phillips
Museum of Unrest, LPS21 Ltd
86-90 Paul Street

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Najlaa Elagedi
Sasha Galitzine
Antoinette Lafarge
Beauvais Lyons
Clare Patey
John Phillips
Maria Vlachou

SOURCE: Museum of Unrest and LPS21


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