Memento mori is a reminder of the inevitable nature of death. The exhibition is a kind of homage to the memento mori direction in renaissance painting. Death means oblivion, one is dead when nobody remembers them.
Photo exibition and special dummy edition.
(8 photos 120x85cm, lightbox)
Siv I – The Time Capsule
The time capsule is a historic cache of important goods or information intended as a method of communication with future generations. Most often it is a small metal box buried or put aside to be opened or accessed many years later. Numerous capsules were buried marking historic events, placed in corner-stones of important buildings or even sent into space. They are to be opened on a day in the distant future. The time capsules are meant to help future generations understand the world of a bygone time.
These photos are part of the bigger exhibition about the Federal Executive Council and the book.
(6 photos 135x90cm)