Silver 2019 / Book / Documentary (Non-Pro)

Das Nekropolen-Projekt / The Necropolis Project

  • Prizes
    Silver in Book/Documentary
  • Photographer
    Susanne Junker

A necropolis is a city of the dead in antiquity. In Berlin of today there are about 220 burial places for the victims of war and tyranny - a modern necropolis with frighteningly many mass graves as an urban layer in the midst of daily life. Many people have no grave at all: the victims of the Shoah. The necropolis project researches the visualization of conflicts, war, atrocities, destruction and death with various media such as photography, digital graphics, film, literature, to digital collages and installations - Troja, Napoleon, 1918, 1945, 2018... The book: 228 pages, 488 images, Blurb

The Necropolis Project is a research project in Berlin concentrating on visualization of WWII, mass graves and Holocaust. I am the project's initiator and director, however, there are more than 150 architecture students, volunteers and supporters to work for exhibitions, presentations and publications.