A photographic essay about cemeteries and representations of death. This was derived from my doctoral research into the semiotics of funerary monuments and architecture. The photographs were shot at Peré Lachaise (Paris), Kensal Green (London), Cimitero Monumentale (Milan) and Cimitero di Staglieno (Genoa) in 1990-1.
Video and Audio production by Trevor Hilton (1992)
Digitally restored from VHS 2009.
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