In the statement to the eXXpress, the museum also states: “The wrong activist suggested that instead of sticking actions, a number of legal and constructive projects should be discussed that she wanted to carry out together with museums, including art installations, lectures or a flash mob on the subject of climate”. . So there was no talk of gluing?
In the article by the investigative journalists, the senior employee answered the question of where in the museum one could stick particularly well: “I have to be careful, of course I can’t give the green light for something like that, unfortunately I can ( !) not. I believe that if the question were where in the World Museum one could best attach oneself, then there would be people who could indirectly answer this question. Yes, there are better and worse places. What would be the aim of doing that in this context? I ask it openly, because it is about an external impact and the message has to work.”
“Let’s put it that way. If you do this action, it has to be done with people from Oceania. Because I think if white people come into this museum and possibly use “sacred objects” from Hawaii for this message and people from the communities of origin are not in it, it sends a difficult message and could be read as invasive,” the administration admits to ponder.
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