Instead of the usual national pavilions, we had the icy inaccessibility of the Antarctic continent. Instead of pompous apartments, ascetic cabins. Instead of chaotic creative wanderings, a conjunction with Nature and explosion of consciousness through discussions with scientists, futurists, and technological visionaries.
Each passenger had a chance to take part in discussions, poetry, and philosophy workshops, as well as start designing the future in the Antarctic Biennale Vision club.
But the most important thing is that each expedition member was an eyewitness and a contributor to the art-making process.