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Rebecca Horn: Concert for Buchenwald 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-3908247227
ISBN-10: 3908247225
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German sculptor Horn, one of the world's most poetic multimedia artists, has created a haunting commemoration of the Holocaust in Weimar, Germany, Goethe's birthplace and the site of the Buchenwald concentration camp. Concert for Buchenwald consists of two stunning installations that use sound, motion, and light to dramatic effect. The first, set in an abandoned tram depot, contains layers of ash pressed behind walls of glass, a wagon from Buchenwald that runs back and forth on a track, and stacks of smashed and silenced violins, cellos, guitars, and mandolins. Part two occupies an eighteenth-century castle, Schloss Ettersburg, and it contains suspended beehives (replete with buzzing bees), mirrors broken and whole, and a cello that plays itself with two bows. Arresting and mysterious, Horn's memorial encompasses the stark horror and infinite sorrow of the Holocaust with exquisite sensitivity. Critics Boris Groys and Martin Mosebach describe the spirit and dynamics of the piece, and Doris von Drathen insightfully discusses Horn's politically and historically conscious oeuvre as a whole, thus deepening readers' responses to the photographs of these remarkable works of compassion and engagement. Donna Seaman
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