“Seraphim” is an inquiry into the notion of “slow fashion” Through the lens of the spiritual and the physical human necessities and the varying degree of inability for their true satisfaction. The search for balance … puts forward many questions about our perceptions, about being present, and about ways to connect, evokes countless possible answers, but the choice of either depends on our own levels of awareness and consciousness.
The labyrinth is situated in a completely darkened hall and each visitor will be led in with the assistance of a personal guide. close your eyes, attune your senses and walk in. “Seraphim’s” labyrinth is a space where you will have the opportunity to get to know one possible solution to the consequences of excessive consumption in the textile industry and to search for your personal answers in the safety of the darkness with no prescriptions for right or wrong, with no enforced opinions, and free of judgement. The installation is realized in partnership with the Union of the Blind in Bulgaria and is accessible for visually impaired people. Music: Milen Apostolov Photography: Phelia Barouh
With the participation of Aneta Ivanova, Anastasia Zhovtovid, Ralica Staneva, Milena Kostadinova, Monika Metodieva, Ivan Ivanov, Giuner Apti.
Idea: Viliyana Karushkova and Kalina Pavlova
The project is realized with the financial support of the National Culture Fund