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Schweigelager (Silent camp)
Length 6:46

Schweigelager, “silent camp” in English, was the name adopted by some
ex-concentration camps after Second World War in the Soviet occupied parts in Germany. The history of punishment and rights violations had not ended; after Holocaust, thousands of political prisoners of the communism were confined to these isolated camps.

This is a quiet work about the memory and the way we approach to our history: in silence, contemplation and introspection. The location is Sachsenhausen, camp located in Oranienburg, Germany. The sound is our guide, the sound of the silence, the sound of the memory, the memory of the wood cracking.