Four chairs and three bronze figures are standing there, in the middle of the place des Nations. Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning, standing on a chair, overlooking the crowd. Beside them a fourth chair has voluntarily been left empty to incite bystanders to climb up themselves. The chance for everyone to freely express themselves next to these whistle-blowers that dared to reveal secrets that some would have never wanted to be revealed. A decision implying heavy consequences, that they are still paying for today.