71125, fifty years of silence: Eva Kellner’s story

One of two volumes preserving the author’s parent’s memory of internment in several concentration and extermination camps during World War II. Handwritten Czech text, transcribed into English by the author, is printed over contemporary and historical photographic images from concentration camps. The original manuscript is reproduced on transparent interleaved pages. Family photographs provide a poignant contrast to these horrific accounts. Die cut pages fall around a flesh colored, handmade paper cast of Eva Kellner’s forearm, tattoed with its ineradicable number.

Out of print.



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