Fashion & Textiles
Arts University Bournemouth
To Die For challenges the way people think and speak about Organ Donation on a whole new level.
Launching in London Fashion Week as a temporary store, ‘To Die For’ propels the concept of a desensitised death, where the body is a machine. Simply being a vessel for components of life to thrive together and be repurposed after death.
To Die For allows debate to be had surrounding how the components within the human body can in fact be thought of in the same respect as a machine. In turn, creating a notion of change towards how the body and its components are treated after death.
If To Die For can be accepted by the public as a possibility for the future use of our bodies, then it has the power to change the current attitudes towards organ donation in present day.