#everynamecounts: multimedia installation in Berlin
We have a lot planned for 2021. We’re starting the new year with a media installation for our commemoration initiative #everynamecounts, which is dedicated to the victims of the Nazis. From January 21 to 27 we will present an art installation developed by the production studio Urbanscreen based on documents from the Arolsen Archives.
The media installation and live stream will bring the #everynamecounts project to the public. Every day from 5 to 10 p.m., the installation will be projected onto the entire façade of the French Embassy at Pariser Platz 5 in Berlin. On January 21 and 27, it will also be streamed live worldwide.
The impressive and moving installation is part of our digital commemoration project and also announces the next step in #everynamecounts. On January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we are taking our crowdsourcing initiative to the next level. To create a digital memorial to the victims of National Socialism and make the information in our documents available worldwide, we want to reach even more people internationally and motivate them to support our cause.
In the campaign week around January 27, 2021, individuals from many different countries, as well as organizations, companies and their employees, and schools and universities will show their solidarity by spending time and helping to record names. You can also participate in #everynamecounts – set some time aside during the activity week and tune in to the live stream of the media installation. You can view it on our website. We have already posted some short videos there as a preview.