Photographs by Daniel Ehrenworth, poetry by Priscila Uppal and introduction by Don Snyder
It has been 60 years since the liberation of Auschwitz and, even still, the truth of what happened there is hard to comprehend. Artist Daniel Ehrenworth uses a combination of photography and digital imaging to create a surreal vision that haunts our collective memory. “This project is far less about a death camp but rather about the light that must exist in order to have cast a shadow as dark and vast as Auschwitz.” (Ehrenworth)
The 40-page book features, in its original sequence, all 23 images from the award-winning Ehrenworth exhibit of the same title as well as new poems written by Priscila Uppal to accompany the art.
(MacLaren Art Centre, 2005)