Thank you for the invitation to join. As far as the Romanian project is concerned I was referring to http://www.muzeulcoruptiei.ro/#/ . To tell you the truth, this site did not change much since my last visit 2 years ago. I wrote an email to similar initiative by some Romanian academics but never received a reply from them. I am not so sure that both are not the same thing. I wish to believe that it led to demonstrations against laws that allow high level corruption few years ago in Bucharest. I didn`t know if the Romanian project was affiliated to a party politics, I thought it was some kind of original web site designers effort to visualize human wickedness.
I was very pleased to see that an artist I met briefly in South Africa long time ago, Anton Kannemeyer made a comic book like - alphabet of corruption.
There is also a Chinese artist and filmmaker Zhang Bingjian https://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/npr/155773618/a-portrait-of-chinese-corruption-in-rosy-pink who did an interesting art project, also few years ago.
In comparison to these projects, our Museum of Corruption http://www.muzejkorupcije.org/ tends to be more ambitious, to be interdisciplinary and to have a greater outreach. Then again, we were faced with so many obstacles even during the initial phase that we realized we have to start small. At the moment, we are doing a research for one case to be exhibited this year. We are to search for philosophers (ethics), anthropologists, sociologists and art theoreticians/historians first, to conceptualize museum departments, I briefly labeled as Corrupted – 1. Language 2. Culture 3. Institution 4. Personality 5. Data 6. Time etc, etc. To be able to treat the phenomenon of corruption from various angles we need partner who think differently from us. I have my fingers crossed that edgeryders will be that partner. All the best, Goran Denic