In her documentary graphic novel, Joanna Rubin Dranger makes use of both text and images to portray her own Jewish family history and what really happened to the relatives who “disappeared” during the Second World War. Rubin Dranger’s work combines photography, drawing, watercolour, and text into a story where the forgotten comes alive and reminds us not to forget.
Joanna Rubin Dranger is interviewed by author and journalist Philip Teir.
The conversation will be introduced by Fredrik Hertzberg, a member of the Literature Prize jury.
Welcome! (The conversation will be held in Swedish)
Organisers: Nordic Council of Ministers/Nordic Council, Nordic Culture Point.
Nordic Culture Point has been granted the EcoCompass environmental certificate. We’re making every endeavour to reduce our carbon footprint, which is why all travel within the organisation is carefully planned. Use public transport when you visit us, and you’ll contribute to a greener cultural scene, too!