Finding Kalman Exhibit
A small black and white family photograph taken in the 1930s is the springboard for an exhibit that explores memory, process and presence. The boy in the photograph died in the Holocaust, but through a combination of his sister’s memories and her daughter’s paintings, we feel his vibrant presence. The multimedia installation weaves sequences of nine portraits being made with an intimate conversation between mother and daughter. Larger-scale portraits and wall panels continue the excavation of the visual, historical and emotional realities of loss, trauma and transformation.Contact us to rent the exhibit
Includes six wall panels, ten oil paintings, two aluminum stands with nine video monitors and nine additional oil paintings, video binloop and speakers for playing 12 minute video as well as a wired button podium for viewer-controlled on-off.
Requires 100-200 running feet of gallery space, medium security.
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We have developed customizable templates for bilingual Memory Project exhibits. They include a series of eleven free-standing, portable roll-up panels and a 10-minute subtitled video. This exhibit is easy to transport and install. Educational workshops, a gallery guide and public programs are available.