International Necronautical Society INS Inspectorate Berlin
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A temporary Office of Interpretation (TOI) was installed in Bratislava in May 2006, using the exhibition Pantheon: Heroes and Anti-Monuments as the host structure for an interpetative apparatus. The exhibition curated by Daniel Grún dealt with monuments, memorials and their cults: ‘with the ideological conditions which created and sustained them (or not as the case may be).’ It examined ‘the possibilities of sculpture today as ... defined and actualised in a negative relation towards the practice of monumental sculpture in public places, especially during the Communist era.‘

INS Chief of Propaganda (Archiving and Epistemological Critique) Anthony Auerbach devised two instrumentsfor working on the material obtained during the Aerial Reconnaissance phase of the inspectorate: Transcript and Atlas.