Student art and anthropology installation
Installation | Anthropology Day 2019 |
What if we try to demedicalize dementia? Considering dementia as a new stage of life. When human beings are not fully able to adapt to the structures of life anymore, life needs to be more carefully adapted to them; where there is still room for joy, humour, anger, grief and love, in the present and in memory. Within this anthropological research, we searched for everyday and lived experiences from those we spoke to and from ourselves, using the extraordinarily simplistic art form of Japanese haiku poetry.
Presenters (CA students Utrecht University):
Sharon de Wildt