MY LAST YEAR

Average life expectancy can fool you into thinking you still have many years ahead. But what would it be like if you had only one left? What would you want to—what could you—experience in this limited period of time? Following a drill by writer Ingo Niermann, Erik Niedling lived one year—from March 1, 2011 to February 29, 2012—as though it were his last.



My Last Year, 2011
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List of People, 2011
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Training Plan, 2011
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Forest Passage, 2011
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List of Works I/II, 2011
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List of Works I/II, 2011
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Wishes, 2011
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Contract I/III, 2011 
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Contract II/III, 2011 
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Contract III/III, 2011 
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