Johannes van Kan
19 Mar 2019
One colour digital photograph in JPEG format. Depicted at the centre is a box of crocheted nets with stones inside. A message behind the nets states "It is a Jewish tradition to place a small stone or pebble at the grave of a person who has died. This is a symbolic act to indicate that someone has come to visit and the deceased will not be forgotten. Stones last for eternity like the memory of loved ones. Immediate family members of victims should feel free to take a stone if they so wish".
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