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Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden

Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden is an exhibition at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City. A combination of physical design and media help to tell the story of Al-Qaeda's rise, a ten year global search, and the aftermath of bin Laden’s death.

The exhibition displays artifacts collected from intelligence communities across the world, which have never been seen by the public. The space was transformed with wood structures similar to those in military field operations, with themes of concealed and revealed information, news headlines, caution tape, and crime scene tags.

 “We spoke to six of the seal operators who were on the raid from their perspective, what it looked like, what they were doing, and how this was carried it out.”

-Cliff Chanin, Executive VP and Deputy Director of 9/11 Museum & Memorial

“One of the things that I hope people draw from the process is not just the strategic importance of the bin Laden raid, not just the justice that was delivered on behalf of the families of those who were lost, but also a reminder that we’re able to work together for the common good when we put our minds to it, and it’s something we should try more often.”

– President Barack Obama

Client: 9/11 Museum & Memorial
Activated: 2019–2020
Location: Lower Manhattan, NYC
Role: Lead Graphic Designer / Art Director
Design Studio: C&G Partners
Photography: C&G Partners, 9/11 Memorial & Museum, AP News

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