Rhiannon J Gray is a Glaswegian-born Artist whose work revives ancient practices of community ritual and animistic beliefs. Their practice is guided by adhering to the daily rituals of a seer and following a path laced with omens.
They facilitate workshops and performance rituals which bring together communities to express joy, healing, and magickal synchronicities. Gray channels their energy into finding ways to transcend the profanity of Individualism by returning to a network of being that values community reciprocity and is devoid of economic hierarchy. The ethos of Gray’s work is to sain the spirit of creativity at an individual, community, and policy-level.
Rhiannon J Gray has been selected by Nomadic Art Residency Programme La Wayaka Currents to research indigenous relationships with ecology in Atacama Desert and Guna Yala in 2022.
 Archaic Scot's Word from the Scottish Gaelic seun ("a charm"), Sain can mean to bless or consecrate and make the sign of the cross. Seun covers a charm for protection, protection in general and also prosperity and fortune. To Seun/sain an object you utilise the sign of a cross or say a protective charm said over an object or both to hallow it and to awaken it to purpose aimed at protecting your prosperity
Our gray matter influence by our reality. It expands with quietness, contentment, serenity. It shrinks with everything impoverishment extends to.
If we could feel the sound of the cosmos, how would it be?
Dense and chaotic or light and free?
Do we meditate alongside cosmic sound with every breath of the day?
But, if we tried to listen could we hear?
Are we dancing to cosmic sound or are we cosmic sound?
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