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This is a work-in-progress, work from 3D, VR, and video art to photography and performance.

Two figures stand next to the blue dome on the roof of the tombs*, scanned in 3D as one unit with the dome. 

"The blue dome" on the roof of a tomb has become a hallmark of sacred burial structures in the Middle East. Also in Byzantine architecture, the construction of a dome was set over a muselum- to direct the movement of the pilgrims in the area, and statues of human figures were built on it.

The artist went frame by frame and "deconstructed" the 3D mapping that connects the artist's body and the dome - and found glitches that dissipate and dissolve the physical energy - the dome and the body merge into each other, spill and peel off.

*Three circular spaces exist in the visions of the prophets or, to differentiate, in splendor temples in multiple cultures. They exist in any place that is perceived as sacred, in the rituals of worship in it and also during the actual worship. These spaces mark the liturgical route that the pilgrim goes through in the compound, from the outside to the inside. The first is the revelation place, as it is called in rabbinic literature "holy of holies". The second is the priests - the organizers of the ceremony, called "holy". And the third is “the temple court” - the space where the pilgrims gather.

Floating, video and digital frames, 2:25 min

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