Marta Azparren shares out her artistic activity between video art, visual arts and net.art.
Her work has been showed in exhibitions, festivals and international fair such as New Media Film Festival (Los Ángeles), DFA’s Dance on Camera Festival (New York), Art Beijing (Pekin), Festival Videoformes (Clermont-Ferrand), Festival Facing the Artwork (Werkleitz-Centre for Media Art, Halle), Kassel Dokfest (Kassel), Cologne Off Festival, MADATAC (Madrid), Feria ESTAMPA (Madrid), LOOP Fair (Barcelona), Images du Futur (Montreal), Festival MOVES (Manchester), la Nuit Blanche (París), Cervantes Institute (París y Manchester), Machinima Expo (Second Life), Festival Digital Marrakech (Marruecos), CeC – Carnival of eCreativity (India), among others.
Title: Towards Todtnauberg, 2014, 5:40
Towards Todtnauberg is a dialogue among different arts about the moral responsibility of culture. The starting point is an enigmatic conversation between Celan and Heidegger.
On 24th. July the Jewish poet Paul Celan and Martin Heidegger gathered in Todnauberg. The meeting took place in the famous Black Forest hut, owned by the philosopher, who never explained his relationship with the Nazism. Celan lost most of his family in the Holocaust. Both of them kept silence about that conversation.
Based on the book “Claroscuro del Bosque” by José Luis Gómez Toré (poems) and Marta Azparren (drawings).
English translation: Tariq Aderly
Voice 1: Domingo Ortega
Voice 2: Jesús Barranco
Production: Raquel Samaniego
Her interview on Shoah Film Collection Interview Project can be reviewed here