Bivouac has designed a number of temporary exhibitions and supporting materials for the Wiener Library, based in Russell Square, London. The Library specialises in recording and researching the Holocaust and genocide – not ‘easy’ subjects, but always challenging and interesting to interpret sensitively.

Exhibitions undertaken so far include:

The Nazi Games: Politics, the Media and the Body

Rescues of the Holocaust: Remembering Raoul Wallenberg and Lives Saved

Fragments of a Lost Homeland: Remembering the Armenian Genocide

and On British Soil: Victims of Nazi Persecution in the Channel Islands

Work underway on exhibition marketing materials to accompany On British Soil

Remembering the Armenian Genocide. Family connections are explored with the use of connecting lines and fragments

Remembering the Armenian Genocide. Family connections are explored with the use of connecting lines and fragments

Portable banners to accompany the main exhibition. These are used for outreach work by the Library

Portable banners to accompany the main exhibition. These are used for outreach work by the Library

One of the publications displayed in the Nazi Games exhibition

One of the propaganda publications displayed in the Nazi Games exhibition

The Nazi Games

The Nazi Games