Shape of Death
If death is an indeterminate substance, how could we measure it, grasp it.
Death is sometimes a spatial configuration embodied by white plastic chairs. In each house, it follows the shape of the house and aligns with its walls: the chairs will change layout according to the spatial configuration of the house, just like the water takes the shape of its container. It is also this volume that we dig; these gestures that inhabit those who make graves to finally let the body rest. A volume that embodies beliefs and customsPlease click on the below images to enlarge them.