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When I killed your tulips


‘When I killed your tulips’ explores the archaeological notion of the social biography of objects. That is, how objects’ meanings can change and are renegotiated throughout history depending on the social interactions that they become entangled in. In this sense, objects are constantly transformed over time and they accumulate biographies as they repeatedly shift between ownerships and places.

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Images and texts by me
Design by Noemi Gottardi
Cover by Giulia Beretta

40 pages, blue staples
20 x 28 cm
Printed in Gothenburg, Sweden

Self – published