Ingrid/Irmgard

Fanni Niemi-Junkola

Ingrid/Irmgard tells the stories of two women, connected through their experience of a German concentration camp during the 1940s. They both recall the moments of their release; Ingrid Rabe speaks of being reunited with her mother. Irmgard Konrad recounts her escape from the ‘death march’ and the feeling of her first proper meal after such a long captivity.

Production Year
1999
Duration
00:07:00
Type
Genre
Tags
Original Title
Ingrid/Irmgard
Finnish Title
Ingrid/Irmgard
English Title
Ingrid/Irmgard
Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
Yes
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Sound
Yes
Cast
Fanni Niemi-Junkola (Author), Ingrid Rabe (Actor), Irmgard Konrad (Actor)
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Fanni Niemi-Junkola graduated with MFA degree from Glasgow School of Art, Scotland in 1995. The starting point for her artistic work is both visual and political. She explores power relations in social communication within everyday life. Niemi-Junkola's video works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Finland and internationally i.e. Contemporary Art Museum Kiasma, Helsinki (2019-20, 2009, 1998) Cultural Centre of Belgrade (2013), Forum Box, Helsinki (2011), Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel (2006), White Box, New York (2005), 3rd Berlin Biennial (2004), Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2000) and Manifesta 2 (1998). Her short films have been shown in various international festivals. Niemi-Junkola worked as a Professor of Time and Space Arts at the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 2001–02 and she is currently appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Tampere University of Applied Sciences.