Last Frame Project is a psycho-social experiment which explores the territory of finitude using the expressive medium of photography.
        The idea of stimulating people to think about the end of something, such as a film or a photographic memory, arises from what is the deleterious tendency of refusing the existence of an end, a tendency that leads often to a lack of awareness in living life itself.
        Not only the last moments are part of the rest, but they often help to determine the meaning of the whole story, as for example the last photo of a series or the last frame of a film.




When the 24 shots of a film were still counted, photography helped us to define a start and an end. Today this function is lost, being the digital photographic memory in a direction of infinity, deleting the limiting value of what it was the last shot.
        But if we had to think about what we would like to be our last image, what would it be?
        It is an image that we have already taken or that we have yet to capture?
        Could this be a click awareness exercise?       
        It could make us understand something about the purpose of photography, perhaps different for each of us.




“If you had space just for one last image in your mobile phone or in your camera, which one would it be? And why?


Your Last Frames have been printed and exhibited at the 10th edition of the Festival del Saper Vivere Fino alla Fine: symposium of palliative cares and expressive therapies, having place in Esanatoglia, on the 7-8-9 October 2022.   Last Frame Project will also become an editorial publication in the next future.

2022
Benedetta Fioravanti

Matilde Monteleone
2022
Normandia

2022
Lucio Gelsi

2022
Ksenia Gazzoli
Seguendo il Bianconiglio

2022
Benedetta Monteleone
Mio padre me le ha fatte assaggiare da piccola e noi un mese fa abbiamo passato le ore a pescarle. Avevo la stessa età.



2022
Agnese Landalfo

Temo sempre sia l’ultimo volo ma alla fine parte l’applauso

2022
Laudomia Piccolomini

2022
Carlo Lazzarini

2022
Lorenzo Tombari


2022
Evelyn Leveghi
[Tokyo, 2016]  Metropolitan conviviality thresholds

2022 
Francesco Fazzi 
Kitchen’s Apocalypse

2022
Clara Ninno

2022
Attila Manfredi


2022
Emanuela Notarbartolo di Sciara

2022
Stefania Zanetti

2022
Marina Marques

2022
Isabella Picchio

2022
Francesco Ninno

2022
Francesco Ninno

2022
Davide Arban


2020 
Davide Arban

2018
Davide Arban

2022
Umberto Sartoro


2019
Eva Ceschin


2019
Dola Twomey



2019
Bridget Betts
Blue horizon - what lies beyond?


2019
Elana Sasson

2019
Geelherme Vieira


2019
Sissi Burn
I am. I am within myself, reflection reverie, past, present and future


2019
Mark Wheeler
Somewhere I love to be, discovered with someone I to be with

2019
Neil Gibson


2019
Klea Habibi
La Danimarca profuma di birra

2019
Rosa Calosi
I miei occhi vedono un limite, ma il mio cuore sa. E va oltre


2019
Klea Habibi
La Danimarca profuma di birra


La Danimarca profuma di birra

2019
Laura Zappelli 
Per ogni fine c’è un nuovo inizio


2019
Tamara Vignati
Ma sono davvero importanti, gli ultimi minuti?

2019
Allegra Corbo
Adam


2019
Maddalena De Bernardi


2019
Gabriella Ceccarelli


2019
Roberto Calosi
Verso casa

2019
Marialaura Baronti Marchò
Alberto stanco. Anelito di vita, d’oro lo veste


2019
Maria Iaquianello 
La libertà è un respiro


2019
Massimo Ballanti
Unite contro ogni onda. Mi piace pensarle cosi, mano nella mano, che andranno avanti contro ogni onda che la vita presenterà loro. Sempre unite, sempre insieme.

2019
Marco Reghelin


2019
RJ Camacho


2020
Nicole Mullan


2020
Lea Toutain

2019
Teja Blatnik


2019
Andrea Salvucci


2017 
Fu mio padre

2019 Cecilia del Piero
L'ultima foto di un qualcosa lasciato alla spalle, lasciato cadere, abbandonato a se stesso

2019
Eleonora Setaro
Perché vorrei ammirare la cosa più bella che c'è, la certezza

2019
Enrica Gjuzi

2020
Hannah Milor



submissions: lastframeproject@gmail.com                
caption:  500 words max 
curated by Marina Marques