National Museum of the American Indian
A museum way-finding and signage design focused on distinguishing a historic landmark building–the U.S. Customs House in downtown Manhattan–with the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian’s mission and identity. The distinct program of each institution is defined by identifying spatial perimeters with color. The design acknowledges the metaphorical contradiction of siting a museum within a space historically related to oppression by encouraging visitors to “talk back” to the museum by writing on the wall.

This might be better to present without words.