The Pig in the Room

at Liberty London in collaboration with the V&A and Pink Floyd

Sponsored by ebm-papst UK — MMN Builders — Bolliger — Printworks — Bond & Coyne — Ten Hertz Limited



How is Pink Floyd relevant today? 

Representing the ruling classes, the ‘pig’ is arguably more relevant today than ever before. Originally referred to by Pink Floyd in their 1977 album ‘Animals’, it is direct reference to Animal Farm by George Orwell and was seen by most of us in the now iconic image flying over Battersea Power Station. Our pig is a modern shiny take on the original. Despite shifting and morphing, look beyond the superficial surface and you’ll see the pig is still a pig. Nothing has changed in today’s society. 

‘Big man, pig man, ha ha, charade you are’



Lead Designers:  Satyajit Das, David Gardener & Rob Whalley

Engineer and technical: David Gardner, Felix Thorne, Nick Seymour & Jon Sly

Graphic designer: The Bond and Coyne team & Lucy Harmer 

Construction: Rob Whalley, Alfie di Trolio, Maria Von Kohler, Lawrence Deane,  Dan Michaelson, John '' O'Sullivan, Carla Batson, Barbara Kelly,Ben Slater,  Ciara Mc garrity, Camilla Bracewell, Megan Thomas, Max Taylor, Karen intarmoh, Laura Greig, Sarah Sheehan, Nic Arthurell, Finn liberty, Sif Norskov.

Install: Lewis Gergaud, Czarek Stankiewicz, Arek Dostatni, Jacek Chrabczynski, Sarah Sheehan, Carly james, Felix thorn, Jennifer Tividad, Carla batson, Max Taylor

Video Editor: Jennifer Tividad & David Gardener

Video Music: Max Cooper