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  Chasing Freedom Royal Naval Museum Portsmouth



This museum gallery designed and artworked by Philip, ‘Chasing Freedom: The Royal Navy and the Suppression of the Transatlantic Slave Trade’ uses sepia-tinted photographs, maps and etchings to convey the geography, the vessels and equipment involved, and the human misery of the experience, both for the enslaved and the sailors whose service in stamping out the trade meant long months at sea, under miserable conditions. Within the museum design personal accounts and diaries of captives and naval personnel are used to bring the squalid and often fatal experience to life. We continue to develop additional content for this museum design.




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