A few days before the end of the exhibition in a public space in Vienna, the portrait photographs of survivors of Nazi persecution by the German-Italian and filmmaker Luigi Toscano were destroyed for the third time. People arrived spontaneously and fixed the photographs. It was as if they were sewing burst scars from a society. People gathered for vigils, which were coordinated by various civil society organizations. This peaceful protest and resistance were initiated by Muslim and Jews youth organizations in Vienna. Due to the historical significance of this respond to the damage, the Wien Museum and the Welt Museum Wien have requested some of the sewn photographs for their collections.