This posting presents conceptualizations of silence: the silence surrounding madness, the political silence forced upon citizens by dictatorships, and the personal silence burning with desire to express oneself and unburden one’s soul.
Beautiful, high-resolution photographs, contemporary music audio, and a video photo-gallery are included.
Marcel Marceau escaped transport to a Nazi death camp and worked with the French Resistance to protect Jewish children. He later became a mime legend, and has died at the age of 84. Marceau was best known for his onstage persona “Bip,” a sad, chalk-faced clown who denoted the frailty of life.
Official portrait, colorful photographs and two videos included.
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