A German friend send me the link to this video yesterday. I'm not sure if you've seen it before, but it caused quite a row in Germany and angered the Jewish community! The video in question is made by Jane Korman, an artist from Melbourne, who made a video of her father and either 3 of his grandchildren and his son, or 4 of his grandchildren dancing on the number "I will survive". The location? Kamp Auschwitz where the grandfather had been imprisoned during WW II. The grandfather said it was a "a celebration of his survival and ability to share history with his grandchildren".
In the video below you learn a bit more about the problems that some people have with this video. I found it quite frustrating that someone now working at Auschwitz said it could "diminish the significance of Auschwitz".
Ars Nova+ImproTech bring music and electronics folks together in FREE workshops at University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University and two concerts! Congratulations, Village of Arts and Humanities on ArtPlace America award! Plus Painted Bride goes nomadic - [image: Poster for Ars Nova and Improtech workshops] It's a lovely lead up to the holidays with some free workshops and concert and news of a huge grant to ...
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