Tag: scenography

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    ‘Memento Object’ is a goodbye performance/ritual, performed on the last day of the exhibited, spacial work: ‘Object Mori’. During the performance, all the objects placed by the audience during the days prior, are being packed up again. Candles are being lit in remembrance of the objects gone. This changed lighting; highlighted the embroidered names in…

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    The work ‘object mori’, centers on the banality of objects that were left behind after someone passes away. It focuses on both representative aspects of objects as, the ritualistic purpose the object can contain for the next of kin. The aim is to create a safe haven to contemplate and discuss the act of grieving.…

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    “I used my artistic tools to create meaningful moments in which I illustrated and acted on all the goodbyes we as a family felt every day. One of these moments I shared with my dad. I did the same walk with the class a week after. I noticed that grief is not always a person.…

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    The group was split in two for the first part of the performance: group A and group B. Both groups started the performance by reading a letter at the same time on different spots in the dune. During part 2 the group was asked to join each other and walk further into the field. The…

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    The work started at the entrance of the exhibition. Audience was seated on green chairs, and asked to listen to a pre-recorded audio about ‘what happens to us when we die’. This audio talks about the stage in between: the few second after being declared ‘clinically dead’, but, before being considered as ‘brain dead’. During…