This hangar is like a memory box. It opens many layers and questions about what we remember and how, why certain images stay with us and others vanish. How to remember in public, in private, and in both? This hangar is also a toolbox of counter-monumentality, a way of commemorating in a critical and anti-heroic way. The projects presented here speak of multidirectional memory as an ongoing negotiation, an act of cross-referencing and borrowing, in which one memory does not necessarily stand in contradiction or competition with another. Inside, visitors will encounter a set of poetic interventions that decentralize traditional memorialization and shape a more intersectional and collective public sphere, beyond national, heroic, or falsely competing perspectives.