Morė 16

Marzanna (in Polish), Марена (in Russian), Morė (in Lithuanian), Morana (in Czech, Bulgarian, Slovene, Serbian, Bosnian, and Croatian), or Morena (in Slovak and Macedonian), Maslenitsa (in Russia) and also Mara (in Belarusian and Ukrainian), Maržena, Moréna, Mora or Marmora is a Baltic and Slavic goddess associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death and rebirth of nature. She is an ancient goddess associated with winter’s death and rebirth and dreams. In Slavic rites, the death of the Goddess Marzanna at the end winter becomes the rebirth of Spring of the Goddess Kostroma (Russian), Lada, Vesna representing the coming of Spring”

Source – Wikipedia

_Info

  • Event / Užgavėnės
  • Where / Klaipeda, Lithuania
  • Date / February 2016

_Dimensions

  • Height / 500 cm
  • Width / 400 cm
  • Depth / 400 cm

_Material

  • Wood
  • Cardboard
  • Fabric

_Team

  • Jordi NN
  • Mantvydas Vilys
  • Jurgis Vilys

_Performance

  • Kristina Annica
  • Mykolas vilys
  • Jurgis Vilys
  • Mantas Lileikis

_Sculpture

_Kinetic movement

_Burning

_Video

_Assembly