Friday, June 6, 2014

LEA FULL SIM ART SERIES (June 2014): Krystali Rabeni's 'A Maze in Grace'

The brilliant Krystali Rabeni is at the helm for the June round of the 4th cycle of the LEA Full SIM Art series at LEA 6. A full list of the LEA Full SIM offering since inception in 2011 can be found HERE.  Anyone interested in applying for any month between July 2014 and April 2015, please contact Jayjay Zifanwe with your interest and preferred month.


LAUNCH: 12.30AM SLT, Friday 6th June 2014

In Krystali's words:

"Labyrinths are arguably mankind’s first creation borne purely of human imagination. Today, labyrinths and mazes cradle millennia of legend and folklore in their twisted articulations. 

Labyrinth and maze imagery has at different periods of time in various parts of the world been associated with all aspects of human life. It has been used as a symbol of fertility and birth, as well as one of purgatory and death. It has religious and meditative importance in Hindu, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist and Shamanic rituals. 

A Maze In Grace has no map, just as life has no map. It is not perfect, just as life is not perfect. Take your time as you wander along the watery path through the twists and turns until you reach the center where you will find a celestial labyrinth. Some will take the long path, some will take the short path through the maze but there is no rush, no race, no time, just you and your thoughts."


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