During our talk at the PIC I realized that the workers of de Walle are not really being the ones looked at, we are. Women usually have to find subversive ways to assert our power The workers are only feigning objecthood, when in reality they are scoping out customers and in full control of the situation. Now what do we think about “being looked at/seen” since we were the subject?
It seems after our tour with Pascal we were going to be more critical at VanMoof, but when we walked away from that meeting we all wanted one. What do you think about how they presented the bikes to us? I mean it was very smart to have us ride the bikes first because then we were in great moods and very complimentary.
While I enjoyed the Tropenmuseum Junior and thought it was fun, walking through I couldn’t help but think of the sad state of their permanent collection versus Junior. Yes it brings in money and visitors but there is a weird contradiction there. Thoughts?