Guitar player and composer Adrian Ordean of the Pact by Leo Iorga&Adi Ordean band told AGERPRES that creating a Colectiv Memorial is a necessity and that we have to become more responsible for our future.
AGERPRES: What do you think about the creation of a Colectiv Memorial, as a symbol of remembrance?
Adrian Ordean: It is a necessity. People generally forget very easily… Yet, there are things people should never forget. Colectiv is one of them.
AGERPRES: How do you envision this Colectiv Memorial? Should it be built at the site of the tragedy or elsewhere?
Adrian Ordean: Somewhere (…) much more visible. The structure at the scene of the tragedy has no fault… Venue design, on the other hand, was yet another example with an unhappy ending of “don’t worry, we can go away with that”.
AGERPRES: Given the situation of the space where Colectiv Club operated, who and to what extent should handle the design and building of a Colectiv Memorial, including finding the necessary financial resources: the Romanian state or the NGOs?
Adrian Ordean: I believe joint contribution will be a solution.
AGERPRES: What motto do you think should define this Memorial?
Adrian Ordean: Fly to the Sky Goodbye to Gravity.
AGERPRES: What do you think should be the most important lesson for those who visit the Colectiv Memorial?
Adrian Ordean: Change the mentality that accompanies us carelessly through life. We have to become more responsible for our future. More…