The aim of this project is to prompt conversation on unresolved grief. It will be an intimate undertaking that comments on our society’s lack of ability to deal with death. Considering we are all guaranteed to be affected by loss, its reality is made to feel distant in British culture; Grief is profoundly misunderstood despite its prevalence and the subject often goes unaddressed. Our society is so ill-equipped to deal with such a lack of control and powerlessness, that we simply reject it. There is a dismissive attitude towards the necessary process of grief embedded within our ‘keep calm and carry on’ culture, and the effects of this are being reflected, with research showing that unresolved grief is at the root of 15 percent of psychiatric referrals.