The I Am New Generation Magazine team were invited to experience a sensory walk-in exhibition – created by students from London College of Fashion together with creative agency ‘Superimpose‘ – exploring how the younger generation can become future agents of change.

‘The Anti-Fragile Collective’ mantra is about inspiring conversations and thoughts about future creativity and community in a broader sense.

Their focus for the exhibit is all about social change and how that can be achieved through understanding ourselves and those around us.

With the ongoing Brexit-ing and climate change issues, the sensory exhibition reveals the students’ conscious vulnerabilities within today’s unstable cultural-social-political climate – with emphasis on sustainability.

Check out what they say about the younger generation can be the key catalyst for change and how to achieve this by recognising the importance of community and being socially conscious:

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