9/11 Memorial & Museum
Revealed: The Hunt for bin Laden
Revealed: The Hunt for bin Laden illustrates the complex, decade-long search that culminated in Operation Neptune Spear, the raid on the Abbottabad compound which brought Osama bin Laden to justice. Working closely with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and exhibit designers C&G Partners on the 2,900 square feet special exhibition, b+r created the media experience that pairs first-hand accounts with archival media and intricate motion graphics.
The exhibition’s 7 media pieces, including an immersive, 40-ft long panoramic wall projection, immerses visitors in the hard-fought teamwork of analysts, senior officials including President Obama and former CIA director Leon Panetta, and the Navy SEALs. Together with more than 60 artifacts, some of which were declassified for the installation, the media offers an inside look at what inspired key leaders to continue years of painstaking intelligence work in pursuit of an elusive target.
Photos courtesy of C&G Partners
“With direct access to the operatives who led America’s feverish post-9/11 hunt for the top terrorist, the exhibit presents a sort of whodunit drama with graphics, videos and the voices of the protagonists.”