The invitation to design the exhibition of 15th Tallinn Print Triennial at KUMU art museum resulted from the previous co-operation on I Love Malmö exhibition. The design continues to challenge the institution and its conventional, self-evident ways of exhibition making, aiming at a solution where the design would work with the exhibited projects on an equal basis, refusing to remain a subordinate, invisible device. Quite the contrary, the design also demonstrates the mechanics of building a temporary, imaginary space inside an existing museum space, acknowledging the viewers the ways and processes of exhibition making itself.

One of the main aims was to create a three-dimensional experiential space. All details used for the platforms and partition walls are prefabricated standard equipment, rented for the exhibition period. Upon distributing the works, it was important that each artist would receive his/her own wall or platform to enable distinction in the context of a very large group exhibition.