Love After Death is a touring installation that questions how futuring technologies and aesthetics augment our relationship to end-of-life planning? It was commissioned by NESTA for their own flagship public engagement event: FutureFest, and was recommissioned by Redbridge Library for Dying Matters Week 2018. Futurefest16 attracted over 4,000 international visitors and Redbridge Library receives an average of 3,000 visitors every weekend. Since its conception in 2016 it has been redesigned as a site-specific intervention for libraries called ‘Tickets for the Afterlife’. This explores how libraries can be used as death positive spaces that aid publics in exploring their physical and digital legacies.


Other folios by Stacey Pitsillides

Material Legacies