Tamara Kohn at MPavillion
Death is often an uncomfortable topic, but as an inevitable part of life, it’s something that we should seek to find comfort with.
Bone is intrinsically linked to the concept of life and of death, and for this MPavilion event, Catherine Bell (artist) and Prof. Tamara Kohn (from the DeathTech Research team at the University of Melbourne), explored how we can transform bone from simply a material, into a concept that collectively connects us. Participants sculpted personal mementos while sharing ideas about loss and grief, death and dying, and the many ways we cope with these processes that make us human.
(Photos by Casey Horsfield)