Waters" was responsible for penning Pink Floyd's seminal 1979 album "The Wall' - which deals with the concept of building an emotional wall - and he toured the LP in its entirety again in 2010. "It'll be spectacular like all my shows have been." .
It will feature alongside the vintage equipment used by Pink Floyd to create their albums and an "immersive" recreation of their early psychedelic concerts, at the V&A show.
Roger Waters and Nick Mason made a rare appearance together on Thursday and said they would be up for playing Glastonbury, presumably music to the ears of the festival's founder, Michael Eavis, who a year ago said his wishlist included Pink Floyd and Fleetwood Mac.
It was Waters' school experiences that directly influenced The Wall album, with the anti-education song Another Brick in the Wall (We don't need no education/ We don't need no thought control/ No dark sarcasm in the classroom/ Teachers leave those kids alone). "The cane was flimy". "I was only beaten a couple of times".
Waters said the subject of why don't Pink Floyd get back together "is so boring ... isn't it?"
The veteran musician, who lives in the U.S., hit out at President Donald Trump's plans to construct a permanent security barrier along the border, although he also said he does not believe the controversial Republican will survive four years as leader.
On a video posted to Waters' Facebook page, a sample of the music plays over a video of a document being redacted until it reveals the album title and the vague announcement "coming soon". Only problem: David Gilmour, the other surviving member of the band, may not be up for it.
The exhibition comes 50 years since the release of Pink Floyd's first single "Arnold Layne".
The V&A hopes the exhibition will match the success of its record-breaking David Bowie retrospective.