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Moreover, we have come to witness an extraordinary amount of poetr y an d ar t create d about Auschwit z an d th e Holocaust . Auschwit z ha s been a preoccupation for many visual artists, jus t as there has been the repeated 26 Liliane Weissberg challenge to translate these recent historical events into a visual display for museums an d exhibitions. The deman d to articulate the limit s o f representation has not resulted in the end of artistic productivity. It has resulted in its own language of mourning, absence, and trauma.
Lik e smoke from chimneys , these names seem to dance in air and, at the sam e time, diffuse th e ligh t an d provid e an obliqu e vie w o f the floo r below . Bridges evoke those built to connect parts of the Warsaw ghetto, but they are crafted in perfectly rendered steel . Th e buildin g itsel f offer s multipl e angles , an d th e glas s panels refract light . Thus , th e architecture alludes not only to the architectural model s of th e ghetto and concentration camp, but als o to the refractio n i n which we are now forced to view the historical events .
This field of discussion might be more productive than the ritualistic incantations o f Adorno regarding the cultur e industr y o r the barbarity of poetry after Auschwitz .