Renowned curator Victoria Broackes is an expert in her field and has worked on multiple high-profile exhibitions leading to her current role as Director of London Design Biennale. This presents London as the global stage for world-leading contemporary design and design-led innovation, creativity and research. T Victoria’s career has seen her curate eminent V&A displays including Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains (2017), You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels, 1966- 70 about the ongoing impact of the social and cultural youth, revolutions of the late Sixties and its relationship to the way we live now. She is, perhaps, best-known for co-curating the fastest selling and most visited exhibition in the V&A’s history David Bowie is. Vicky is a Trustee of Handel and Hendrix in London, alumni member of the Court of the Royal College of Art and an Assistant of the Goldsmiths’ Company. She lives with her family in West London.