“Death is not something from outside, ontologically different from life…”
Emile Cioran. 


This work is about the finitude of our flesh. A concept that we rarely have present, especially when we’re young or in good health; but the decay of our body starts at our birth, and it is still happening now independently of our will. 

Recognizing the inescapable end of our body can result in an overwhelming feeling of fear that denies everything and grows inside. It is the realization of our mortality. All lives are hidden deaths.