The former plague and dolhuys in times of corona
door Margje Jalink, Lodewijk van Grastek & Wilco Tuinebreijer
I worked on this video for a school project, during the quarantine. The poet reading his poem is Frank Diamand, a survivor of World War II. He wrote a poem about the house we are dancing in front of, where he lived in 1943 with his parents, and from where he was deported to the Hollandse Schouwburg, to Westerbork and eventually Bergen Belsen.
by Febe Tijsseling