Exclusive here* – photos of the EP elections “tri-dimensional installation”

March 17, 2009 at 10:24 am Leave a comment

* These photos are probably not exclusive, as I happened to be walking by the Altiero Spinelli building yesterday with a camera, so I snapped a few photos. When I left the parliament an hour later, the workers were covering the structure with a blue cloth.

As it turns out, this is the ‘hard’ part of the EP communication strategy for the 2009 European Elections. It asks hard questions, such as “How open should our borders be?” and “How much labelling do we need?”. The “soft” part is the EP elections website, launched a few months ago.

The wall, I presume, shows choices, if if that wasn’t obvious, there is a phonebooth “Choice box” next to it.

Tune in to the EP live broadcast at 10:30 for the official unveiling.

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