Take a sneak peek at Chinese language artist Ai Weiwei’s first design-focused exhibition on this video created by Dezeen on the Design Museum in London.
The video exhibits the exhibition, named Ai Weiwei: Making Sense, forward of its public opening tomorrow at London’s Design Museum.
Ai Weiwei: Making Sense is described because the artist’s first exhibition targeted on design. It incorporates a broad vary of items – many created particularly for the exhibition – that utilise diversified supplies.
It centres on a collection of 5 “subject works” constituted of tons of of 1000’s of cannonballs, donated Lego bricks and Stone Age axe heads. The exhibition additionally features a marble rest room roll, a Han dynasty urn painted with a Coca-Cola emblem and prints displaying the Nationwide Stadium.
Learn extra in regards to the exhibition right here.
Ai Weiwei: Making Sense is on show at London’s Design Museum from 7 April to 30 July 2023. See Dezeen Occasions Information for an up-to-date checklist of structure and design occasions going down all over the world.