THE NIGHT SCREEN
20 June–07 July
Opens Wednesday 20 June 6pm–8pm
Wash me, and I shall be purer than snow
The preparation of death through rites and rituals circumscribes our individual beliefs of the fragility of life and the hereafter. How then do you prepare for another’s death when your beliefs are not paralleled, when through their suffering you feel that their beliefs are more remote than ever.”Wash me, and I shall be purer than snow” challenges these nihilistic notions of what becomes of us in passing and the loss and grief that remains. It explores the human certainty of uncertainty in death and the afterlife and the life struggle of vices and virtues.