Agents of Liberation: Holocaust Memory in Contemporary Art and Film Documentary
By: Zoltan Kekesi (author)Paperback
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The book offers case studies on the representation of the Holocaust in contemporary art practices of the 2000s. It examines film projects made by key artists of the international art scene that are capable of reflecting critically upon forms of Holocaust memory and their historical, political and cultural aspects. Kkesi connects the moral implications of the memory of the Holocaust with a critical analysis of contemporary societies, focusing upon artists who are deeply engaged in doing both of the above within the context of three regions: Eastern Europe (especially Poland), Germany, and Israel. The case studies apply current methods of contemporary art theory and try to unfold their implications in terms of memory politics and social critique.
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