Watch "Art Imprisoned" - a documentary by Daniel Dluhy depicting this year's edition of the Sound in the Silence project.
Sound in the Silence is an intercultural and international remembrance project for youth. For each edition high school students from different European countries visit a place marked by dark parts of our history. Drawing upon this experience, they work with a group of arstist led by Dan Wolf, the project's Artistic Director, to create an interdisciplinary performance.
The "Art Imprisoned" documentary depicts the 2017 edition of the project, which took place at the Ravensbruck Memorial Site. It is available on-line at the ERNS YouTube channel:
Director: Daniel Dluhy
Director's Assistant: Juliana Gubisova
Sound recordist and mixer: Samo Skubla
Schools taking part in the 2017 edition: Mihai Eminescu National College (Botosani, Romania), Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium (Budapest, Hungary), Irena Sendler Schule (Hamburg, Germany), Klementyna Hoffmanowa Highschool (Warsaw, Poland)
Artists taking part in the 2017 edition: Dan Wolf, Christian W. Find, Katarina Rampackova, Michał Barczak
The Sound in the Silence project is coordinated by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity in cooperation with MOTTE.
This year's edition partners included as well: the Ravensbruck Memorial Site and Ustav Pamati Naroda.