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Elsewhere, an exhibition on the future of digital music forms one of four V&A Projects. ‘Beatie Wolfe: The Art of Music in the Digital Age’ features the world’s first anti-stream from the quietest room on earth (in collaboration with Nokia Bell Labs and Design I/O); a 3D vinyl for the phone; an intelligent album deck of cards; and a musical jacket designed by Mr Fish (the tailor who dressed David Bowie) made from BeatWoven fabric woven with Wolfe’s music.
While you’re in the hallowed V&A halls, plug into an idiosyncratic exhibition on the history of video game design since the early 2000s, with the newly opened ‘Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt’ (until 24 February 2018). Glimpse into the creative world of Nintendo’s Splatoon (2015), and The Last of Us (2013), alongside DIY arcade games and interactive installations.
V&A Museum, Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL