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Site by Huiru Yang and Shengqi Wang


Our project rethinks burial culture and considers what a universal memorial for all could be. The project contains and curates a selection of stone artifacts, formerly mausoleums and tombstones, and rearranges and displays the artifacts into five different spatial types. New angles and perspectives on old icons are introduced, drawing parallels and provoking new perspectives on funerary rituals.