This enormous piece in room 3, made of straightened metal bars from collapsed buildings was not only stunning in its scale and the subtle waves and patterns but brought a lump to my throat, with it's reference to the impact of shoddy construction of public buildings such as schools and the list of the thousands of students who lost their lives when buildings collapsed in an earthquake.
Also liked the map of China in room 6 and the chandelier made of bicycles!
I've since been to the Fabric of India exhibition at the V&A ( fabulous!) and going to the Celts : Art and Identity at the British Museum with Ian tomorrow after lunch at Savoir Faire . Have just paid for membership of both V&A and British Museum so that as well as getting into exhibitions, can use the members rooms as 'clubs' when coming up to town from Faversham .