Using Grief to Understand Death
"Talking about grief and death help refocus my mind and actions to what is truly important." When these words pop out of the lips of a twenty-something University of Illinois student, one takes notice.
For Lauren Martinkus, losing her mother moved her in the direction of taking a class called "The Archaeology of Death", researching burial practices, and understanding the wake and the funeral as culturally significant events. Through her art she explores her own meditative states.
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