Pantheon is a collection of objects consisting of cardboard boxes coated with polyurethane or epoxy resin.
Each of them has its own name and therefore occupies a firmly established place in this hierarchy, which, however, is not further defined.
Is it the illustrious circle of a divine family?
A new type of pokemon arena, in which various creatures compete against each other?
Or is this a Valhalla reunion of defeated endbosses from an antiquated computer game?
The look-and-feel of cult masks from different indigenous peoples is chosen on purpose. This is meant to underline the ritualistic and fetish-like aspect originating from the material itself: the cardboard box as a fitting representative for a culture whose buy-and-consume behaviour well and truly seems to equal a substitute for religion.