#PrivacyFreeZone (#PFZ) is an interdisciplinary project born to defend the freedom of artistic expression and contrast in a world of increasing regulations. The aim is to promote the integration of expressive minorities by giving them a voice and supporting the mission of a pluralistic society. The work of art is characterized by the formal appropriation of a red dot, a metaphorical “coin” which, on one hand, reveals and, on the other hand, hides. The revelation is endorsed by the article that defends the freedom of artistic expression; the hidden part, in antithesis, is associated with the privacy (censorship). The tension created by this dichotomy makes this relational and environmental art project a symbol that causes reactions that depend on the cultural context of the public. The physical diffusion of red fulcrums is determined by a different level of coordinated interactions with other similar red points (physical hubs): a newspaper on which contributions of artists, and even a dedicated performance converge. This experience connects and a compares these environments, fostering an unprecedented dialogue between the artist, society and individuals. While the red dot does not cause this experience physically, it causes it by virtually linking cities and nations to highlight similarities and differences, and attracting collective imaginary perceptions on the web with an experimental perceptive approach..