Prayway at the intersection of sacred /profane


From Slavs and Tatars collective group, Prayway makes a strong case for a ritual object.

A collision of the sacred and the profane – the rahlé, the traditional book stand used for holy books, and the takht or river-bed, vernacular seating areas used in tea-salons – PrayWay is part installation, part sculpture, part seating area, and all polemical platform.

silk and wool carpet, MDF, steel, neon, 390 x 280 x 50 cm, 2012. Photo credits: 1st photo by Benoit Pailley, 4th by Patrick McMullan
via Slavs and Tatars.

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