It's Always The Others Who Diework in progress

in a collaboration with Indrė Urbonaitė

When photography was not so accessible as it is now it served as an aid to cherish the moment. Among the happy moments, like newborn or weddings, photographs from funerals were taking a large part of the family image archive too. However, usually stored separately without the intention to be looked at. Driven by this paradox we started deconstructing our families' archives of funeral photographs in order to question the nature of them. Are they a keepsake of the deceased or just another struggle to stay immortal?