PrayWay

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.

 

As part of New Museum’s second triennial, The Ungovernables.

 

2012

silk and wool carpet, MDF, steel, neon, 390 x 280 x 50 cm

 

Photo credits: 1st photo by Benoit Pailley, 4th by Patrick McMullan