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Altar offerings reflections

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Peformance art writing by Yewande Okuleye

Peformance art writing by Yewande Okuleye

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  • 1. Reflections on Altar Offerings Yewande Okuleye
  • 2. Oshun’s Altar A transient installation, constructed with thought, care and love. Existing for 5 hours and then de-installed. Feeling a sense of loss. My altar was no more.
  • 3. I can now begin to understand what Buddhist sand painting is about. Oshun’s altar piece was about the process. A lesson about attachment
  • 4. Have you ever become attached to something? Why do we become attached to stuff? How do we learn to let go?

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