CHIARA CORDESCHI
The project is a catalog of debris, of dead organic elements found on the ground, inside and outside of my home, collected in travel, donated, lived and stored through photography. An organic death is something that was alive before, somewhere was born and somewhere is dead, forgotten. Photographing these insignificant and unnoticed elements means restoring their dignity and memory.

(2018 - in progress)
Hibiscus flower, garden of my house - 25/08/2018
Salad leaf, my fridge - 02/09/2018
Old consumed seashell, Alghero beach - 21/07/2018
Part of a garlic, my kitchen - 02/09/2018
Petal of yellow rose, fallen from one of my mother's roses - 29/09/2018
Leaf found inside sea water, Alghero beach - 23/07/2018
Butterfly seashell founded in Platamona Beach - 03/07/2018
Skeleton of the grapes I ate - 20/09/2018
Leaf donated by M. - 03/08/2018
Leaf found in the courtyard of M. - 04/08/2018
Dead insect, stairs of my house - 12/09/2018
Feather, garden of my home - 07/09/2018
Autumn leaf, Parco Sempione, Milan - 08/10/2018
Pipe match donated by K., square of San Carlo al Corso Church, Milan - 08/10/2018

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