The Clandestine Immigration Hall - The Society for preservation of Israel Heritage Sites intends to restore one of the historic halls of the Atlit Detention Camp in order to house an interactive multimedia display which will document the heroic operations of the clandestine immigration by air and land. The display will consist of state-of-the art displays, simulations, dynamic maps, and other sophisticated attractions.
The structure will be established in the center of the camp; Next to it, a restored C46 aircraft will be installed, the same model as the plane used during the clandestine immigration by air. Inside the airplane a new exhibit will be built giving visitors a more personal understanding of the experience and a view of Operation Michaelberg “from up close.”
This project will restore historical justice, while also documenting a significant yet lesser known chapter in the history of clandestine immigration and the history of the State of Israel.
design & production - 8nd
director - niv moshe ben david
curator - meirav balas
architect - meirav souday
animation - sariel keslasi
graphic design - nissan malckiel
sound design - rotem dror