[Inguruak] The Counter-Monument: Memory against Itself in Germany Today .(James E. Young)

Texto de James E. Young,  versión extendida de la ponencia ” Objective, Subjective,  Intersubjective Time” dictada  en la Universidad de California,(1990) .

As part of Germany’s “Skulptur Projekte 87,” the American geometric minimalist Sol Lewitt installed a large block of black stones smack in the middle of the plaza in front of the Miinster Palace and dedicated it to “the missing Jews” of Miinster.’ It sat like an abandoned black coffin amidst soaring mock-baroque facades and gas lamps, a black blight squatting in the center of a sunny and graceful university square. In time, Black Form was covered by graffiti-scrawls and political slogans, which further heightened the contrast between it and its elegant surroundings

 

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