By Patricia Shrigley
Ivor’s story made me think of the mothers trying to protect their children while being herded from one place to another, trying to protect them from the horror.
I can only imagine how they felt. They were deprived of their human rights. Their property was confiscated. They were herded into ghettos, cattle trucks and then concentration camps.
Patricia Shrigley lives and works in London. She has been working with film installations and animation, which has been shown internationally in galleries and at film festivals. She studied at Sir John Cass School of Art, Guildhall and Camberwell Art School, London.