New Museum of Unrest Redefines Activist Art and Design in Digital Era

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(IN BRIEF) The Museum of Unrest, launched by LPS21, aims to revolutionize activist art and design through an online platform. It features curated collections, interactive virtual events, and a global lineup of diverse artists. This digital space seeks to foster discussions on art, design, society, and global challenges like climate change.

(PRESS RELEASE) LONDON, 6-Jun-2024 — /EuropaWire/ — A pioneering initiative in the realms of activist art and design has emerged with the launch of the Museum of Unrest by LPS21. This new venture aims to foster connections and cultivate ideas among artists, designers, and activists through its inaugural online collection featuring images, writings, and discussions.

The Museum of Unrest integrates elements of design, technology, and artistic expression with societal issues and sustainable development. Beyond traditional confines, it provides a global platform for meaningful discourse.

Key Highlights Include:

  • Curated Online Collections: The museum curates thematic collections designed to spark conversations.
  • Interactive Events: Virtual events such as talks and online exhibitions are planned to engage participants.
  • Global Representation: Emphasizing cultural diversity, the museum showcases artists from diverse backgrounds and regions.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Museum of Unrest, a digital space poised to transform discussions about art, design, society, and pressing global challenges like climate change,” remarked John Phillips, Director of LPS21, the initiative’s sponsor. Formerly a prominent London print studio, LPS21 has shifted focus to digital endeavors with this ambitious project.

Artists, designers, activists, and enthusiasts are invited to explore the Museum of Unrest and embark on a journey of discovery at

Contributors to the Museum Include:

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

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Media contact:

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

SOURCE: Museum of Unrest and LPS21

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