Hyper—Stacks are networks of objects in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum

Here are five hyper-stacks created automatically from newspaper headlines:

Five Eyes

Here are another five hyper-stacks. These stacks are part of an installation by James Bridle at the museum.
Find out more about the installation.

Explore the collection

Here are ten random objects from the collection, which you can use to start making your own stacks. More objects.

About Hyper—Stacks

Hyper-stacks was designed and built by James Bridle, and commissioned by the V&A as part of All of This Belongs to You, an exhibition at the museum which runs 1 April – 19 July 2015.

Hyper-stacks used the V&A's digital archives to analyse more than 1.14 million object records, and build a classification and connection engine. This website allows you to explore the V&A's collection in a new way.

Find out more about how hyper-stacks work.