Editing To have the name of the object: conversations with Saskia Willaert

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[[file:Instruments.JPG|frame|It's a political thing in a way of course. It has been during centuries [that] cultural objects have been taken away from Congo and Africa and have been put into western collections. To have the name of the object was not important because it was unpronounceable, and the man who made it was even less important. It was just a decorative, beautiful, aesthetic thing in the best case. But in most cases, it was just an exotic thing.]]
 
[[file:Instruments.JPG|frame|It's a political thing in a way of course. It has been during centuries [that] cultural objects have been taken away from Congo and Africa and have been put into western collections. To have the name of the object was not important because it was unpronounceable, and the man who made it was even less important. It was just a decorative, beautiful, aesthetic thing in the best case. But in most cases, it was just an exotic thing.]]
 
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[[file:Instruments bw.JPG|frame|It's a political thing in a way of course. It has been during centuries [that] cultural objects have been taken away from Congo and Africa and have been put into western collections. To have the name of the object was not important because it was unpronounceable, and the man who made it was even less important. It was just a decorative, beautiful, aesthetic thing in the best case. But in most cases, it was just an exotic thing.]]
 
[[file:Instruments bw.JPG|frame|It's a political thing in a way of course. It has been during centuries [that] cultural objects have been taken away from Congo and Africa and have been put into western collections. To have the name of the object was not important because it was unpronounceable, and the man who made it was even less important. It was just a decorative, beautiful, aesthetic thing in the best case. But in most cases, it was just an exotic thing.]]
 
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