Angel Lartigue, Operation Psychopomp, 2018, video still.

Death Book Club


Sunday, March 3, 2024, 5:00 pm

In conjunction with Death Rights

Celebrating Catilin Doughty's From Here to Eternity, a book that explores death practices around the world, we welcome you to participate even if you haven't read the book. Bring the meal you would choose for your Last Meal, and wear the clothes you want to be buried in. We'll have tea service, a fresh flower crown station, and an informal discussion about death practices in our own lives and around the world.

Maura Bobbitt is a death rights advocate and mortuary scientist in training. Her work is focused on envisioning a future where our death and grief practices can be individually- and community-focused, radically accepting, environmentally-friendly, and divested from capitalist forces.

An independent curator and art historian, Marian Cassey’s curatorial practice focuses on social engagement and building experimental approaches to historic narratives and spaces.She is especially driven to curate projects promoting LGBTQ+ artists and stories. Marian co-founded SXRVXVE, an interdisciplinary curatorial platform dedicated to creating and presenting projects and artists engaging with systems of power. SXRVXVE has since curated four projects across the U.S. and the U.K., working with over 90 artists from across the globe.