Workshop:

T - Design your own Shroud

with Susanne Duijvestein

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Shroud in a field - by Elisabeth Lanz

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Shroud -

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Burial Shroud - Susanne Duijvestein

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (17) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (15) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (12) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (13) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (20) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (18) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (14) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (19) - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (21) - Alice Gimpel

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Participant designing their shroud on paper - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own shroud 2019.09.08 (9) - Alice Gimpel

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A burial shroud with the colors of life and death - Alice Gimpel

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Participant ruffling fabric to incorporate it into burial shroud - Alice Gimpel

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Participant showing a mini version of a burial shroud - Alice Gimpel

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Participant adding a personal object to their burial shroud - Alice Gimpel

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Femke working on the burial shroud made with elements of her deceased mother - Alice Gimpel

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Participant showing their work - Alice Gimpel

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Participant showing their work - Alice Gimpel

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Design your own Shroud - A special shroud designed by the participants Anisa Xhomaqi

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designing your shroud requires patience and care - 2019 Filippo Iannone

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Susanne Duijvestein showing how to wrap a body in a Shroud - Filippo Iannone

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A participant carefully choosing the fabric - Filippo Iannone

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One of the participants wrapped in a Shroud - How would you like to be tucked in before going into the ground? Things are changing in the funeral world. Music is not only choirs and organs anymore. Graveyards do not have to be located next to churches. And coffins do not necessarily to be made from wood. As our believes shift, the materials we choose around death also change. It is a crucial time for designers to come up with new rituals, spaces and other death-related designs. If you actually want to be composted, it is better to be… Filippo Iannone

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Fabrics and hand-out during the workshop - Filippo Iannone

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Potato ink print on fabric. Make your death creative - Filippo Iannone

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Fabric drying in the sun - Filippo Iannone

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Feeling the fabric first and then design the shroud - Filippo Iannone

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Susanne is always there to give the best advice - Filippo Iannone