Blood Memory: A View From the Second Generation
by Lisa Rosowsky

January 21 - March 7, 2014

Kniznick Gallery, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University

Using fabric, photographs, and wood, multi-disciplinary artist Lisa Rosowsky mines her experience as a member of the so-called "second generation"--one who did not directly suffer or witness the horrors of the Holocaust, but in whom the "blood memory" of her family's experience lives. Rosowsky transforms family photographs and a collection of gloves, along with silk, wool, and plaster into haunting and perfectly crafted sculptures, fiber works and even furniture.

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