Anonymous Myriads, Stonehedge


Immersive & Locative

During 1500 years humans created this work at the same location, now called Wiltshire. It is positioned in such a way that during the summer solstice the sun rises through the axe of construction. Among other uses it was a burial ground and a place to celebrate ceremonies. The creamated bodies melt with the ground, and the dancing bodies melt with the sound. That is immersion.

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