The Orphan Carousel, 2021

Memorial To The Rescuing Kindertransports of 1938 − 39, Publical memorial (permanent installation), Frankfurt, 2021

<p><br></p><p>In 1938 and 1939, 10,000 Jewish children from Germany and Austria found refuge in Britain. They managed to escape, but their family members were left behind, many of them murdered in the Holocaust. Near Frankfurt’s central station, wher

The Shofar School, 2020

public performance, Belgium, 2020

<p><br></p><p>Made from a ram's horn, the Shofar is an instrument played in different moments of the Jewish calendar by a person of high esteem in their communities. Its call is said to open up the sky. Although women are not prohibited from playing

Memorial To Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism, 2018

Berlin, 2018

<p><br></p><p>The cuboid memorial, designed by Elmgreen &amp; Dragset and inaugurated in 2007, has an opening through which visitors view scenes of gay and lesbian couples kissing. Yael Bartana directed the film shown there in 2018 for the memorial

Monumento A La Ausencia − Absence Monument, 2018

Publical memorial (permanent installation), Mexico City, 2018

<p><br></p><p>Yael Bartana’s Absence Monument from 2018 is dedicated to the victims of the violent crackdowns against the student protests in Mexico City on October 2nd 1968. Footprints of 400 survivors, immortalized in cement, commemorate the people

Zwei Minuten Stillstand, 2013

public performance, Cologne, 2013

<p><br></p><p>When the siren sounds on Yom Hashoah, Israel’s National Holo- caust Remembrance Day, everyone stands in silence. The whole country grinds to a halt. This act of commemoration inspired Yael Bartana’s contribution to the 2013 Impulse Thea