"Materials are a strong thread throughout the exhibition – as the Third Reich begins to fall, the space destructs as well. Plinths holding objects, for example, are broken down. A room dedicated to death camps uses improvised materials like untreated wood and barbed wire, to reflect the improvised nature of the establishments.
A strong division between persecutors and the persecuted is made throughout the narrative. In graphics, the “perpetrator voice” appears in a typeface made from an imprint of Arthur Seyss-Inquart’s typewriter. Seyss-Inquart was Nazi governor of the Netherlands."
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