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By Various

ISBN-10: 0715321013

ISBN-13: 9780715321010

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Sometimes, we went in there, for no reason, to wander around the exhibitions; to get an impression of the models of the concentration camps or the Nazi uniforms, and also to show possession. 16 Sitting atop the hill at the entrance to the kibbutz, Habayit, as Harpaz describes it, visually dominated the kibbutz. As a boy, he felt the House was hovering over the communal dining hall where residents ate all of their meals (which at the time was right next door), as well as the members’ houses and the chicken coop and the dairy and the groves; indeed, in his child’s eyes, even the Mediterranean Sea and the Galilee Hills to either side of the kibbutz were overshadowed by the House.

In principle, the building’s symbolism was not direct and only attempted to create a monumental effect. The symbols were not figurative, attempting to signify an observable imagery. Instead, they remained somewhat abstract, referring to and creating an effect of monumentality that could not be linked to any specific and recognizable sign. 70 For Godfrey, these expressions were neither a confirmation that it is barbaric to write poetry after Auschwitz, a reference to Adorno’s famous dictum, nor were they solely about the sublime and the inability to represent the Holocaust, as he draws upon Lyotard’s discourse on the analytical sublime.

In the exhibition spaces, seven principal displays were to be presented: Hitler’s rise to power, life before the ghetto, the ghetto, the Judenräte, the Final Solution, the death camps, and the resistance. Imbued with the tradition of the Technicum in Lvov, Bickels applied some of the ideas of neo-classical monumental architecture in this project. The serrated walls, which recur in several of his projects, were a modernist abstraction of neo-classical symbolism. 68 The completion in May, 1965 of the built amphitheater, also designed by Bickels, better interconnected the aqueduct and the House and emphasized the temple-like features of the House, which required an ascent to reach its entrance.

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