Luz Albaladejo Falcó, Spanish
Alba María Penalva Aledo, Spanish
Raquel Pérez Belmonte, Spanish
Darío Vilana Palomina, Spanish
Asunción Díaz García and Andrés Martínez Medina as tutors from the University of Alicante.
A proposal to bring stories and people
#Phasesofgrief #Naturaltherapies #Frompublictointimate #Environmentalawarness #Site-device-peson
Death, understood as something closer, celebrates life; for this reason we want all those affected to live this mourning as part of a process that is included in our project. This helps to pass through all these stages and encompasses their different scales and approaches.
We all have the right to be buried, to be honored by our loved ones and to be remembered, although each person is different, and suffers a loss in a different way, linked to the culture that surrounds them. More introspective, family and even festive bonds are all valid.
These three scales of proximity bring us closer to the environment and its nature, so that this flexible project must be rooted to the place and, therefore, to its people. Random routes, of enjoyment, of connection and/or relationship between people, their environment and those buried.
We link the deceased person to a plant, a flower that is part of the person’s identity, and that is also linked to therapeutic methods for the people who remain. Essential oils, aromatherapy, Bach flowers, sounds and various technologies to honor the person, remember and accompany loved ones in this process and establish other relationships between them and the deceased.