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internal.
"Even though each approach is
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The teacher-author doesn't believe
that being Jewish brings a better
understanding of the Holocaust and
its implications. With the contempo-
rary rise of ethnic hatred, she wants
all readers to think more about the
meaning of identity and difference
once again.
As she worked on her book, Apel, a
resident of Pleasant Ridge, sought the
advice of her husband, Gregory
Exploring Identity
Wittkopp, director of Cranbrook Art
Part of Apel's intent
Museum, who is
was to put all the art-
not Jewish. She
work into historical as
found his questions
well as psychological
helpful throughout
frames, and she pro-
her writing process.
ceeds by addressing
"Finishing this
issues surrounding the
book helped me
way the Holocaust is
work through a lot
of issues that I've
memorialized.
been thinking about
She makes a point of
for most of my
distinguishing attitudes
life," says Apel, who
toward survivors and
grew up in New
attitudes toward Israelis.
Jersey before mov-
"I've always been
ing to Michigan
interested in the rela-
some 25 years ago.
tionship between art
"It's not that I've
and politics," says
got final answers,
Apel, who gave up on
but I do have some
working with drawing,
"Memory Effects" introduces
better abilities to live
printmaking and pho-
Holocaust images created by
with the questions.
tography early in her
artists born after World War II.
Ultimately, the ques- -
career to devote her
tions that I deal with
professional time to the
history of other artists. "I knew I had
in a scholarly voice throughout most
of the book, I deal with in a personal
to begin with German culture because
it's so complex. The relationship
voice at the end.
between art and politics is more visible
"I read parts of the book to my
there than anywhere."
mother and wasn't sure how she would
react, but she was very moved and
Apel, whose next book will be about
the imagery of lynching and racial vio-
thrilled that I had even remembered
her stories and understood the biogra-
lence in 20th-century America, did not
distinguish between Jewish and non-
phy of my own youth. Her response
was so rewarding that it really made it
Jewish readers as she considered the
worth writing the book." ❑
points to be made with Memo?), Effects.

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