Last quote by Victoria Broackes
But beyond that, we're really looking at also how people's mindset changed and their openness to other ways of living and their rejection of authority and their independence changed.
Sep 20 2016
Victoria Broackes has been quoted 5 times in 3 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Victoria Broackes’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Victoria Broackes speaks about are David Bowie and story, for example. Most recently, Victoria Broackes was quoted in the article London's V&A celebrates the Sixties saying, “The popstars of this era were absolute gods and they were leading society, so their impact with their dress and the places they went and the boutiques they went to and so on, bought things from and wore on album covers, that was hugely important on a wider culture.”.
Quotes by Victoria Broackes
Sep 20 2016
The popstars of this era were absolute gods and they were leading society, so their impact with their dress and the places they went and the boutiques they went to and so on, bought things from and wore on album covers, that was hugely important on a wider culture.
Mar 04 2015
The idea is that you wear the headphones, you don't have to do anything, they follow you where you are, but it creates this very immersive experience which was really important to us. Because of course Bowie is not just about a collection of artefacts and objects and the music, it's also an emotional thing, it's vitally an emotional thing. And we wanted people to feel, as well as learn things and look at things, as they went round.
Mar 04 2015
There are so many levels of the David Bowie story. One one hand you've got somebody who came from a very ordinary background and is now a superstar and has had his ups and downs along the way and there's something, quite sort of Shakespearean about that story. But equally, you've got fantastic music and the visual, which takes in aspects of European culture – not just European, but also Japanese and beyond.
Mar 21 2013
His individualism seems to have inspired a generation to feel that that we all have it within ourselves. We have multiple personas, that we should not be pigeon-holed by sexuality or identity or dress, And I think that is perhaps his great message. Although of course, he is not political, so he doesn't put it like that.
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