Until Death Do Us Part is a two-year photographic project focusing on the weddings of Europe. With an accent on cross-cultural couples and cultural meanderings, the project discusses the product of constantly shifting borders, migrations, globalisation and acculturation.

The project represents a visual investigation into the phenomenon of the wedding ceremony and party as one of the crucial anthropological genres, which has for thousands of years played a pivotal role in the ritual life of the human race.

In essence, this phenomenon has remained unchanged, despite newly emerging trends and cultural, racial or gender traversing, and in spite of the fact that marriage as an institution is no longer regarded as quite so rewarding as it once was.

one comment for “Until Death Do Us Part: Weddings in Europe”

  1. DigiLab Avu says on23. Oct. 2010:

    co to je?

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