Death is a physiological act that is certain for everyone. Some of us may also be certain when the time will come. This certainty in the most intimate moments of a person causes deep desolation. It’s the same sense of desolation that often leads to frustration, pain, anger and loneliness. Anger because of the lack of power to influence the course of events. Loneliness due to the absence of a person who can understand a situation of this magnitude.

What meaning do we give death when trying to define the boundary between reality and perception? This project aims to stage a relatively abstract boundary - when does life really come to an end? When do we assume that a person has truly passed away? Can the perception that a person has of a deceased loved one keep that person alive through memory?

- Roberta Pesce, 2014