Act IV: Sacred History

As the final Declaration of Aesthetic, Saint Genet expanded the final moments of The People’s Temple in Jonestown, Guyana. A chilling, glacial narrative was presented through a 70 lb. pile of flowers, a hidden and beautiful voice, a circle of blood, a circle of honey, mounds of gold-leafed performers, the dead and buried, the resurrected, and piles and piles of falling ash.

Transports of Delirium: Act IV Sacred History from Saint Genet on Vimeo.

Music composed by:
Salo, Gerek Jon Druss, and Jeff Houston.

This was a manifestation of the recognition of evil, and created the psychological condition of the original crisis.

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