• VEIL

    Ritual of mourning and rage by Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowtiz Los Angeles (USA), 12.1977
  • VEIL

    Ritual of mourning and rage by Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowtiz Los Angeles (USA), 12.1977

    mots-clés

    grief, mourning, rage, ritual, violence

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  • RITUALIS

    Annual Planetary Dance Ritual by Hannah Halprin Worldwide, 2017
  • RITUALIS

    Annual Planetary Dance Ritual by Hannah Halprin Worldwide, 2017

    mots-clés

    ceremony, circle, dance, ecology, energy, healing, ritual

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  • LAPIS

    Stones thrown by suffragettes through the windows of Buckingham Palace for the right to vote England, 1903-1918
  • LAPIS

    Stones thrown by suffragettes through the windows of Buckingham Palace for the right to vote England, 1903-1918

    mots-clés

    directaction, feminism, suffragettes, womensright, Womenssocialandpoliticalunion

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  • PARABOLA

    Totem for a upcoming community by Valentina Karga Saunabaari (FI), 2016
  • PARABOLA

    Totem for a upcoming community by Valentina Karga Saunabaari (FI), 2016

    mots-clés

    community, gathering, mythology, totem

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  • CARMEN

    Désensorceler la finance
  • CARMEN

    Désensorceler la finance

    mots-clés

    circle, conjuring, finance, fortune-telling, hex, justice

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  • One of the methods of drawing and reading the tarot is known as the cross spread.

    Each drawing of the tarot is motivated by an intention that precedes it. The cross spread thus offers a possible reading of it.

    The cards are read from left to right, top to bottom, passing through the centre, which is the last card read.

    [ I ] The first card drawn is the one lying on the left,representing resources in relation to the intention which starts the reading: strengths, advantages and recourses.

    [ II ] The second card drawn is the one lying on the right, representing resistances in relation to the intention: adversity, pitfalls, blockages, or defences.

    [ III ] The third card is at the top of the spread, and represents the charge of potential with regards to the intention: faculties, opportunities, chances.

    [ IV ] The fourth card is situated at the bottom of the spread. It represents the particular commitment regarding the starting intention: vectors, paths, influences, situations and the axes.

    [ V ] The fifth card is in the centr, at the base of the spread. It shows affects in relation to intention: consecrations, or qualifications.

    The first two cards drawn at the end of the spread act in a position of duality. If the forces of the mobilised arcana are equivalent, the intention can be negotiated or constrained.

    The third card at the top operates in magnetism with the first and the second, which allows for a more straightforward reading.

    The third card leads to the fourth to specify the axis of the committed intention.

    The fifth card, known as the base, opens with a proposal. From the global draw, the proposal should be narrated and activated in the public space.

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