Art at public spaces are crucial for democracy

Art at public spaces are crucial for democracy

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During the program of the Faust Festival in Munich, two LOVE HATE sculptures by Mia Florentine Weiss have been placed at the Siegestor, one of the most prominent places in Munich’s cityscape.

LOVE HATE not only stands for the multi-layered ambivalence of this most humane of sentiments in Goethe’s most famous drama, but also gains new meaning in the 100th year of the end of the First World War as a worldwide symbol of peace in Germany, transforming hatred of the world into love.

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