My proposal for use of the space at the Western Front is quite simple and is somewhat flexible. The appearance of the exhibition is meant to be minimal and streamlined, with as little as possible "showing" other than the TV monitors and projected work. Based on what equipment we can acquire, my default setup would be (assuming the top of the floor plan posted on the site is north):
"How To Protect What is Important To You" will be projected on the EAST WALL. Stereo speakers playing the soundtrack from the space would be placed on either side of the projected video, thus this video and soundtrack will fill the room and command the audience's attention as they enter.
"How To Avoid Being Detected" will be displayed on a large wall-mounted TV monitor on the NORTH WALL and noise-cancelling headphones would be connected (and rest on a small hook on the wall when not in use) playing the video's soundtrack.
"How To Establish A Vantage Point" will also be displayed on a large wall-mounted TV monitor on the SOUTH WALL and noise-cancelling headphones would be connected playing the video's soundtrack.
Should we be able to acquire additional monitors, and should it seem appropriate and not look crowded, additional pieces could be also be exhibited.