Alongside the performances of Post Mortem is a cabin in which spectators are invited to take a seat. Covered in translucent white curtains, this intimate space is open to the curious visitor, intrigued by the sign above it: Post Mortem Cabin.
In front of the flower-decorated entrance, a doormat reads: Welcome.
There’s a soft carpet, a letterbox, a table and a chair.
On the table, headphones invite you to listen to a series of edited interviews:
- How would you like to die?
- What objects have you kept?
- How has death changed you?
On the table, a Bic pen and some seeded paper.
A few words about the letterbox:
Here you can leave a letter for your loved ones. Your letter will blossom in the earth once all the mail has been collected.