It’s well known that some death row inmates in the US are offered a special last meal. Photographer Henry Hargreaves became fascinated by this ” mix of the mundane and the extraordinary” and turned it into the ‘No Seconds’ project. 117 more words
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It was customary, in pre-modern Europe, to grant condemned death-row inmates a last meal before their demise. This action was highly symbolic and was believed to be done in an act of superstition to ask for forgiveness to the executioner, the judge and witnesses and absolve any potential acts of vengeance. 280 more words
L’artiste néozélandais Henry Hargreaves a travaillé avec la styliste Caitlin Levin et le graphiste Sarit Melmed pour la série « Food Maps ». Le projet consistait à former des cartographies de différents pays en utilisant des aliments correspondant aux représentations gastronomiques de chaque pays.