Religious aerobics by the Bouillon Group create a forum just outside the Georgia Pavilion to see certain rituals performed in a light you might never have imagined before.
The Georgian pavilion is a project constructed by individual artists as well as a collective of artists reflecting upon the different possibilities of contemporary urban architecture and its various means of use and expression. Using the concept of reuse of existing spaces, construction, movements, rituals and objects, the pavilion is an impressive experimental collection of unfinished sympathy towards the unconstructed, the weird, rare and reusable form. During the performance, the artists perform certain aerobics reminiscent of religious, islamic prayer rituals till they bleed, not noticing their bodily limits while ascending into the trance of the religious ritual.
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