How to live?
Unintended perfomance for general public
Competition proposal for the annual Archstoyanie festival near Moscow, Russia

A 4x4 meters large pavilion is proposed for the Archstoyanie festival grounds. This forms a basic personal space. At the irony of fate, performance and everyday meet in this new space for living. The public is invited to leave their unnecessary belongings in the space, and in return receive golden glitter that they can shower into the space from above. Visitors to the pavilion, not left any choice, become participants in a funeral of possessions, accepting a practical uselessness of everything in the space, except a basic need for shelter. A celebration of everyday liberates from the weight of ownership.

In collaboration with Maxim Pravosoudov