Honouring Esther: End of Project Exhibition

Richard White and Lorna Brunstein present documentation and new work from two walks hosted by the artists in Germany and England

  • Frome to Bath 2015 on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Belsen
  • Ovelgonne to Belsen 2016 on the 71st anniversary of a Nazi Death March

Wednesday 25 January – Sunday 29 January 2017

Thursday to Saturday 10.00-18.00. Sunday 11.00-16.00

Click to book with Bath Spa Live for these free evening events:

Logo finalPreview

Wednesday January 25 18.00-20.00


Logo final“those we met along the way”

Absence, presence and resonances on a death march transposed to Somerset and returned: a conversation about the work and the walk.

Thursday 26 January 18.00-20.00


Logo final Holocaust Memorial Day

view the exhibition and  reflect on the themes of the day

Friday January 18.00-20.00



screen grab from Viewranger click to interactive view

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1 Response to Honouring Esther: End of Project Exhibition

  1. Peter Jackson says:

    Dear Lorna and Richard,

    Thank you very much for details of your end of project exhibition which I will do my best to get to at least one day. Maybe Holocaust Memorial Day itself would be the best one. Meanwhile, congratulations on a great achievement.

    I now have an apology to make to you. I said I would translate Herr Krizsan’s book on the death marches, or rather the section on the Waldeslust march. I have to say that I forgot to do it before other things began to occupy my time. I have now made a start and will finish it as soon as I can and send it to you. I am very sorry about this. I had no idea that there were so many death marches through Winsen to Bergen-Belsen in the late winter and spring of 1945. What madness was it that caused the Germans to do this, to force thousands of concentration camp prisoners to walk or go by other means covering long distances to Belsen when the allies were so close anyway.

    All the very best to you both. It is a privilege to know you and good luck in any future projects you may be considering, whether Holocaust related or otherwise.



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