Two working sessions of reading\ writing\ listening and creating. Following the style and philosophy of the book of Liberation Through Understanding in the Between or as commonly know the Tibetan Book of the Dead we try to break from the modern norms of avoiding or outsourcing death to explore different practices around the world that faces death and understand it as part/continuation of life. From the Troja’s rituals, to practices of digital mortality the sessions are a way for us to contemplate and reflect on the possibility of understanding life through being-with death.
Participants of Amsterdam Lab
Dina Mohamed, Bethany Crawford, Wael Kadlo, Fariborz Karimi, Samantha McCulloch
Photo by Wael Kadlo