Σώμα {Greek for ‘body’}

Soil represents the element of earth, which is associated with stability, grounding, foundation, and physical manifestation. A potent source of energy and a repository of ancestral knowledge, that contains the remains and memories of all time.

Water is a symbol of emotion, intuition, and the subconscious mind. It is associated with purification, healing, and spiritual transformation. Its ability to dissolve and carry away impurities is seen as a metaphor for the cleansing of the soul.

In this ritual the protagonist is a mass of Clay.  Formed by the mixture of earth and water, this is a sacred material that facilitates spiritual transformation and connects humans to their ancestral traditions. The practitioner transforms their physical appearance, through a ritual act of shaping and molding their face and body, becoming a vessel, a bridge to the Pneuma, a gateway to the Divine.


Myrgon is a multidisciplinary artist working with earthly materials. Their artistic expression delves into the connection of the human body to its origins through ritualistic and mythological techniques. Their work manifests in live sculpting ritual performances, led by instinct and the subconscious. Forging a link between the physical body to its spiritual roots, the entities that emerge during their acts, reflect existential explorations and experiences on identity and the human condition.