ỌLÀYINKÁ ÀFEFE | air, 2021 breath of life, knowledge, movement mixed media 13” x 10”

ỌLÀYINKÁ 

ÀFEFE | air, 2021

breath of life, knowledge, movement 

mixed media 

13” x 10” 

$1,950

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About Emanate

Since the beginning of time, tools have been used to connect to the divine or the unknown. Cultures have used masques as a means of expressing a characteristic or important quality in our human bodies, often for specific ceremonial purposes. EMANATE was a fire ritual that celebrated connection with the divine. Eight masques were created and consecrated for: spirit, earth, air, fire, water, duality, willpower and abundance. Once the masques were placed on the participants, they embodied these qualities through dance in a fire ritual held at Epiphany Center for the Arts on Saturday, October 23rd, 2021. 

These masks are now on display in the Sacristy Gallery, which formerly served as the sacristy of the Church of the Epiphany. The sacristy was a place in the church where sacred books, objects, and ceremonial garments were kept, and where the priests could prepare and pray before a ceremony. In this exhibition, the masks of Emanate take on this history, imbuing the sacramental history of the space with their own connection to the spiritual and ritual.

ỌLÀYINKÁ ÀFEFE | air, 2021 breath of life, knowledge, movement mixed media 13” x 10”

ỌLÀYINKÁ 

ÀFEFE | air, 2021

breath of life, knowledge, movement 

mixed media 

13” x 10” 

$1,950

Purchase this Artwork
About Emanate

Since the beginning of time, tools have been used to connect to the divine or the unknown. Cultures have used masques as a means of expressing a characteristic or important quality in our human bodies, often for specific ceremonial purposes. EMANATE was a fire ritual that celebrated connection with the divine. Eight masques were created and consecrated for: spirit, earth, air, fire, water, duality, willpower and abundance. Once the masques were placed on the participants, they embodied these qualities through dance in a fire ritual held at Epiphany Center for the Arts on Saturday, October 23rd, 2021. 

These masks are now on display in the Sacristy Gallery, which formerly served as the sacristy of the Church of the Epiphany. The sacristy was a place in the church where sacred books, objects, and ceremonial garments were kept, and where the priests could prepare and pray before a ceremony. In this exhibition, the masks of Emanate take on this history, imbuing the sacramental history of the space with their own connection to the spiritual and ritual.