The approach to the “Packing” project makes its mark and follows a well-defined chronology. The artist photographs the clothes worn by people when they are dead; neatly folded then put in order, this clothes become exhibits though the medium of photography. This approach, made in collaboration with a funeral parlor, enables her to make hers objects which were bound to end up as trash because they have not been claimed.
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