Zeitz MOCAA, the one with the scary security

Caption of the Zeitz Mocaa museum.
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At last, ending our 5,500-year long journey, we arrive at the contemporary art museum, Zeits MOCAA in Cape Town, South Africa. Is the museum any good or would visitors fare better at another contemporary art museum? We wanted to find out and thus, decided to analyze Zeitz MOCAA.

What did we find out?

The museum’s “artworks” are highly graded at a 4,37 / 5 though some visitors were hoping for more detail. The art was rather bland and at times mediocre, it was simple. Their “staff” lacks knowledge of the art as well while their security is unfriendly and aggressive at times. Furthermore, visitors want “photos” of the renovation and creation of the actual building, they want to know its story. 

Caption of all the topics from the dashboard of this analysis.


Caption of a piece of art at Zeitz Mocaa Museum.
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The Zeitz MOCAA museum is highly graded though they have some issues that they most definitely should tend to. Their art can be a tad simplistic according to some customers while their staff can be unhelpful. Their security is also frightening and customers would really like a tour of the museum’s history.

The research team at Gavagai performed this analysis using our AI-powered text analysis tool, Gavagai Explorer. All texts analyzed in this article are collected from public online data published on Facebook.

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