No faces, no hair and no name – a name inspired by the publication of the British historian Sara Helm (in German Ohne Haar und ohne Namen) reveres as women of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

The camp of Ravensbrück was inaugurated by SS in 1939. A field exclusively for women; Jewish, non-Jewish, Gypsy, physically and mentally disabled, partisans, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Communists, Socialists and prostitutes, elderly, pregnant women and children. The incarceration of more than 100,000 women, the massacre involving euthanasia operations, and sterilization experiments, rape, slave labor, and sexual slavery are estimated until the moments of extermination.

The action is performed with diluted blood of women and the action repeats until the clothing is completely red.

The body represents a white supremacy so far that reveres the blood that invades every tissue, at this time it already symbolizes all the women who passed through the extermination camp, mainly its importance for a history and resistance to Nazism.

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