Confession Night is one day a year, the longest night in which we confess our sins, and continue to celebrate life.
The confessional process takes place from the dark until the next day, a process in which one confesses to another in the world. The boutique is located in major cities around the world, such as New York, Tel Aviv, Berlin and more, and provides an opportunity to confess your sins regardless of religion, race or gender.
The language takes inspiration from the nightlife, the neons, the urbanism, and on the other side from the worlds of the church and the vitrage, which delineate the language.
The idea comes from Maha Shivarti in India, where they celebrate the longest night of the year and invite Lord Shiva to wash away evil and the old and make room for growth and renewal.
Imaginary reality course, Shenkar College, fourth year / 2019