The Experimental Archeology cycle of works is a series of participatory performances structured around experimental archaeological and anthropological practices. The project unfolds in various stages exploring sacred rituals around cultic artefacts, drawing attention to long-ago societies with hierarchies, gender-power structures and notions of agency that few Westerners could fathom today. To what degree do these ideas offer a new way of looking at current social structures, and can these unseen powers be reactivated to our benefit? While the project invokes the past with historical production methods such as ceramic wood- and pit firing, it also invites individuals and groups with various spiritual backgrounds to design and update the sacred ceremonies around the firing. The participatory performances resulted in groups of sculptures and (video) installations.