" ... In 2017, the commission superimposed the phrase No one has the right to obey across the facade in block letters lit from behind. The quotation, based on a remark by the German philosopher Hannah Arendt, appears in German, Italian, and Ladin, a language spoken in the region, and counters the frieze’s authoritarian directive. A sign in the square addresses the frieze’s imagery, explaining, for example, why a Fascist martyr is being thrown into a river and why an African man appears in stocks. Passersby are no longer left “alone in front of these remnants,” Hannes Obermair, a historian on the commission, told me."
Zoey Poll in "Harper's Magazine", August 2020, S. 63.