CHARLIE HEBDO PORTABLE Pavilion

An ignored network of influences exists that subverts real freedom. Be it displayed through commercial interest, cultural prejudices or state imposed doctrine and enforcement. In light of recent events in Paris, Brussels and Turkey the issue is now more prevalent that ever.

Our understanding of these relationships manifests within the Free-Form Pavilion. A dialogue is presented between the polemical content of the interactive exhibition and the Pavilion’s spatial qualities, with one informing the other. A partially pre-determined partially visitor driven journey has been created that strives to engage visitors in a way foreign to many exhibitions. The result is a sensory event informed by an individuals own experiences. The aim of this is to encouraging a wider conversation into the true meaning of freedom of speech, civil liberties and the fact that we still live in a world where they are still not afforded to all.