The problem is, and I have noticed this when I was at the National Portrait Gallery in both London and Edinburgh, is that there are no obvious stories being told or narratives being fed into by the pictures. Yes, there's a bunch of pretty pictures arranged chronologically or by artist on the walls, but after a while they all tend to blend together into a pastiche. I find that I'm not interested in something that holds no value for me because it doesn't seem to rearrange what I already know in a new way that inspires me to act or think differently.
Calder seems like a guy who loved to play with objects, first wire to denote actual objects, and use them in performances, and later to denote static and then moving abstract images, some of them scientific in nature. I particularly liked this because I was able to draw parallels between Calder and Jan Švankmajer, who worked with claymation and puppets to tell beautiful stories.
The use of art to reflect scientific phenomena is a separate field in itself, there are so many examples of scientists, programmers, designers, artists and even landscape designers working on science-inspired projects, and these appeal to the geek in me.
I doubt that many people in a country like India would understand an act like that. Burning the Indian flag would be seen as tantamount to treason or sedition, on the basis that the ideals that the flag represents are indisputable, which is of course false. Nothing is beyond protest. And any attempt to push back and prevent any disagreement with the establishment will only concentrate the opposition.
You see this happening consistently across history. The status quo is disrupted by an outside group, the two groups struggle until there's a new order which becomes the new establishment which is then challenged and so on. I think countries would benefit from taking the long view.of things, seeing as how everything that is happening now has happened before. A better understanding of power structures and leverage would actually serve to help reduce conflict times and speed up progress.