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David Adjaye says ‘disrupting’ the park is key to his Holocaust memorial thinking

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Well, this is all becoming very interesting. Well done David for asking such contrary questions. Upsetting the powers that be and risking the project? Wire fencing and extra security with oppressed people inside queueing for nothing? Daring to move a memorial to slavery? Speaking freely? What next? Do we really need all these monuments? It is important how Jewish people see all this. Survivors and descendants, and those that want nothing to do with it. Perhaps London, it’s people and the Kindertransport are the only memorials needed? Well done Mr Architect for making everyone think and reassess?

Posted date

5 February, 2019

Posted time

12:34 pm

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