‘Postcards From the Future’ – London was exhibited at the Museum of London from October 2010 to March 2011. The images were presented as large scale back-lit transparencies, each pristine image defined by an astonishing degree of clarity and definition. The show became one of the most popular and controversial exhibitions ever hosted by the Museum of London generating unprecedented public and global media interest.
“ These powerful images prompt us to consider everything that is at stake – the things we value, the things we take for granted – and call us to work towards a very different future.’’ Yvo de Boer, former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
“ The works of Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones are witty, elegant and provocative. They are timely reminders of the threats to our planet,our lifestyle and survival.” Norman Foster
Beautiful, and a little disturbing. Radiohead
“ We tend to see the future as a continuation of the present. It never is. Today more than ever we can imagine a variety of good and bad futures. Here is a lively portraiture of some of them. They don’t have to happen. The choice is – mostly – ours.” Sir Crispin Tickell, Director of the Policy Foresight Programme, Oxford University