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  • Karen Zielinski

    Last Updated:08/28/17

    Princeton Arts Council Live - "Towers" and "My America"
    This is a live performance at the Princeton Arts Council in Princeton, N.J. right after the attack of 9-11. This details the experience of an employee at Oppenheimer Funds who survived the attack, and two original songs are performed in honor of those who lost their lives.
  • Virginia Zimmermann

    Last Updated:08/30/10

    detail of figures on the base
    The 11 terra cotta figures are intended to symbolize how the world stopped what it was doing and turned its gaze towards New York City as it's heart embraced the families of the fallen. The figures are intentionally devoid of any telling characteristics. Their only distinction is that of male or female. On September 11, all were united. Our...
  • Virginia Zimmermann

    Last Updated:08/30/10

    detail of names
    Detail of the wooden chambers each holding 1 of 9 clay figures. Each chamber lists the names of the departed alphabetically. They are small and removeable, intended to be hand held by family and friends. It is an intimate tribute to the victims. The small size requires the viewer to become participant, and take the time to remember, search, and...
  • Virginia Zimmermann

    Last Updated:08/30/10

    detail of the 9 figure names chamber
    detail of the figure name chamber. All parts are removeable.
  • Virginia Zimmermann

    Last Updated:08/30/10

    side view of name chamber
    Side view of the outside of the name chamber