"When one person sees one thing and another sees something else in the same thing, then the one discovers what the other conceals... the more the object of observation belongs to the world of the spirit, the more important is the way he himself is constituted in his innermost nature, because everything spiritual is appropriated only in freedom (...) The difference, then, is not the external but the internal, and everything that makes a person impure and his observation impure comes from within".

Søren Kierkegaard, Three Upbuilding Discourses, 1843

"How to die is many walks through the Assistens Kirkegaard, a cemetery in Copenhagen, inhabited and daily used as a space to make contact with nature in the city. Ways of being, and ways of getting related, with and within a specific context. The possibility for the technical mistake therefore, within an essay about the act of being present, results existentially coherent. Each image could exist by its own. An analogical work within its photographic construction and its vivid way of existence, with the impermanence as a motive, exhibited in a fading airy manner."

Romina Resuche, curator, from the text for the exhibit project LIMBO, Buenos Aires, 2016