As someone with four Jewish grandparents whose parents split Poland just in time, I would never want to disrespect the Holocaust. And I don’t think I’ve done so here. The image of a lone man walking among the components of the monument evokes many things, including anxiety. I don’t think all the people who died in the Holocaust, or people who lost relatives, or people who want to make sure history never repeats itself, or Germans, or Jewish people, or gay people, or the Roma, or anyone else deemed expendable, or the artists would object to a piece of art being used for many things. In fact, it’s funny — I’ve been writing something about this very notion this week. Standby for that!