Eisenman's design fundamentally broke the concept of monuments and abandoned the use of any symbolic symbol. The network of 2711 cement tablets has many entrances and exits and can be used by visitors at will. The number 2711 is based on the size of the memorial site. It has no symbolic significance and has no relationship with the number of victims. The material of the monument is very hard grey self-sealing concrete. The production of the monument is near Berlin. In order to ensure the quality of the surface layer of the stele body will not deteriorate for a long time, a multi-layer processing scheme is adopted in the production process, which can also facilitate the removal of graffiti marks. An underground information hall can be reached by steps or elevators on the southeast side of the monument group. The design style of the exhibition hall is consistent with the block shape style of the monument group. The information about the victims, the victims and today's memorial sites is introduced. The museum is free and has a Chinese introduction. According to the Eisenman Plan, concrete slabs are designed to create a disturbing atmosphere, and the whole sculpture is intended to represent an original order that is far away from human beings due to human factors. Initially, the 2005 brochure for the official British visitors to the monument said that the design represented a drastic approach to the traditional concept of the monument, because Eisenman did not use any symbolism. In the attached underground "Local Information" (German - "Ort der Information) list the names of all known Jewish victims from the Yad Vashem Sanctuary in Israel.
The Jewish Holocaust Monument Group, adjacent to the German Bundestag and the Brandenburg Gate, consists of 2711 gray pillars of varying lengths. Meditate on its wonderful design with profound implications. In the meantime, it is like a labyrinth, looking far away like waves. Every stone tablet has no sign, it is silent crying of countless souls; the material is solid, thick and heavy like a coffin. Stepping into it, the endless and monotonous shape makes people sink into meditation.
This is a very dedicated museum, which records the life, experience and rebirth of Jews in World War II. More than 2000 coffin-like stone tablets, with family as the main line, feel immersed in the situation, in fact, feel very sad, at the same time feel the beauty of the peace era.
The European Monument to the Victims of Jews in Berlin is composed of a large number of concrete rectangular pillars of varying heights and heights. Its design is also ingeniously based on the change of terrain. The dark grey cement forest looked solemn and cold. Walking inside, I feel an invisible pressure, like a labyrinth, along....
The memorial is a thoughtful offering to all people, which needs to be experienced. tread slowly through the cement blocks and pay attention to what feelings arise. From the way the ground goes up and down in waves to depict unsteadiness, to the stripping off individual identities that the blocks represent, they all tell different facets of the story. take your time here. We owe it to our present and future selves.
On cloudy days, wandering around Berlin, subway, train, bus, walking.... When I met the Jewish Museum, I didn't know much about the history of Germans and Jews. When I came out of the Museum, I felt as if I had experienced everything that Jews were banished and killed at that time. But I'm not talking about Jews.
The European Monument to the Victims of Jews consists of a group of black stones, which are divided according to the age of the victim. In fact, the Jews who were killed in World War II were far more than that. The Jewish Holocaust was the ethnic cleansing of Nazi Germany in the Second World War, and it was one of the most famous atrocities in the Second World War. Germany slaughtered nearly 6 million Jews in this ethnic cleansing campaign. After the federal government came into power, the monument was designed to commemorate the Jews who were killed at that time. Germany, a country brave enough to shoulder historical responsibility [strong]
Designed by architect Peter Eisenman, the monument was built near the Brandenburg Gate in downtown Berlin from 2003 to 2005. People can walk into the stele group from four directions and look at the surrounding buildings and scenery from the gap between the stele groups. An underground information hall can be reached by steps or elevators on the southeast side of the monument group. The design style of the exhibition hall is consistent with the block shape style of the monument group. Information about victims, places of suffering and today's memorials is introduced. Still shocked.
The original site of the monument is the Nazi propaganda department, I want to say from the heart, Germany, cattle! The significance of all the monuments is to give the living a chance to face history. Its aesthetic value is related to whether it can reflect the thickness of the monument. Two of the monuments I visited have done so, the European Jewish Memorial in Berlin and the Monument to the 911 site in New York. I'm thinking that how the living look at the dead may be more important than what death means to the dead, which in turn determines the value of death.
The design of the monument to the victims of Jews in Europe is very bold. There are more than 3,000 smooth, huge and gray concrete blocks on the square. It seems that millions of victims of Jews were killed innocently in the war, walking among the square, huge and silent concrete blocks. It is frightening and terrible.