Sound in the Silence 2017
Creative Agenda: Sound in the Silence
Creative Agenda to serve as foundation for Sound in the Silence. Written by Dan Wolf, published by MOTTE.
Sound in the Silence is a cross-cultural memorial project for young people. At historically challenging locations student work with art in order to understand how the past is connected to their questions in the present.
The project is carried out by ENRS and MOTTE.
Sound in the Silence 2016
The publication presents the 2016 edition of the Sound in the Silence project exploring the significance of resistance. Young participants visited the former concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, where they learend about the activities of the in-camp underground movement organized by the Polish soldier Witold Pilecki, as well as the escape of Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler, two Slovak Jews, authors of one of the original reports describing the situation in Auschwitz.