‘Dying.’ is an exhibit where the world of art, culture, and end-of-life in contemporary times collide. It invites the audience to re-evaluate their relationship with life and death. Existentialism is explored through varied art forms with a focus on the realms of fragility, death, dying, loss, and grief. Our mission is to change the narrative around Dying. by using heart-level dialogue and participatory art to empower the public to think about death as part of the human experience.
‘Dying.exhibit’ is a group exhibit on end of life, inviting participants to think about their relationship with life and death through art and design. This year, the ‘Dying.exhibit’ will present a series of works created by a variety of designers and artists, consisting of interactive and participatory installations and artworks that engage the public by inviting interaction and provoking expression. This exhibit will offer an opportunity to creatively engage in conversation about fragility, death, dying, loss, and grief through participatory installation. Let’s get comfortable with the uncomfortable and start talking about what truly matters.
This event is supported in part by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.