Clement Delepine gives a compelling etymological account of the techniques that early Western European art practices reserved for the depiction of, preservation from, and submission to death. Included with his text are images by Alain Monot, a contemporary take on the death mask. Babette Pauthier captures a visceral performance as part of X-Event 2. A shibari-inspired shoot by Adrian Wilson. The imagery transitions from medium shots in chiaroscuro to intimate close-ups of the rigging, tied by Bruce Esinem Argue.
Established in , Sang Bleu Media originated as a magazine, and evolved into the innovative digital platform it is today. Representing modern culture, Sang Bleu focuses on the unique expressions of urban society through contemporary art and fashion, sociology and literature. Sang Bleu Publishing focuses on experimental projects with no rigid format. It has been at the helm of a multitude of releases, in collaboration with artistic institutions and individuals, like the Palais de Tokyo, or the poet Daniel Feinberg.