The key elements of the design are that we would strip back the rooms to their outer walls and trace a corridor through the centre of each room. This would form a route through the exhibition, where the theme of mannequins and the human form is most concentrated. From this perspective, the viewer can see the exhibition as a collage of fragments of display, which takes place through a series of screens. Visitors can also access the divided room through the entrance vestibules to each part of the exhibition and through gaps in each corridor; allowing them to look more closely at the artifacts and the display cases; as in a conventional exhibition.
In this way the corridor becomes a viewing device for the exhibition where the themes are at their most intense. This device is to intensify several main themes from the Surrealist Movement, such as theatre, reflection, dreams, so that the whole experience is disorientating.
Each room treated differently and separately with its corresponding themes, with the device of the corridor and separate display rooms running throughout.