Faces in the Void is an important and original collection of poetry and documentary photography by poet Jane Liddell-King and photographer Marion Davies. It is inspired by the survival of a single Torah scroll now in use at the Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue, Cambridge. This scroll previously belonged to the Jewish community of Pardubice, a town east of Prague which had once been home to 1,200 Jews. After the Holocaust, 24 returned. During summers 2006 and 2007 Jane and Marion tracked down some few of the survivors. Their face-to-face meetings resulted in Faces in the Void, a fresh approach to Holocaust remembrance. Throughout this creative collaboration, word and image hauntingly complement each other.
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