Project: Stämplad Travelling Exhibition
Client: Forum för Levande Historia (the Living History Forum)
The Living History Forum (Forum för Levande Historia) is a Swedish public authority that uses the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity to work on issues such as tolerance, democracy and human rights.
Stämplad is a new travelling exhibition designed to raise awareness about the dangers of categorizing people.
The exhibition is designed to engage the user on a personal level by using historical and current witness accounts and through interactive displays where visitors can challenge their own prejudices. The concise and compact exhibition has been designed to target 18 to 25 year olds and are now touring Sweden, displayed in public spaces such as shopping centers or train stations.
Expology contributed to the project with project management, concept and content development and graphic design. The exhibition design was developed in collaboratin with designer Patrik Larsson. Stämplad was built in four identical versions by the Swedish Exhibition Agency (Riksutställningar). It started touring in January 2017.
Photos: Andrei Alexa, Riksutställningar