“The Four Sufferings” is an interactive performance that interprets and swims into the essence of Buddha’s teachings. The four sufferings were what the Buddha encountered when he was a young prince in his father’s palace leading him to follow a religious path and pursue enlightenment. These performances, done in a secret location, are centered around experimental musicians, performers, and digital visual artists, allowing the audience to discover, connect, and bond with the artist’s inner emotions.
There are only 28 total tickets available. Tickets are divided into 3 categories: The Inner Circle, The Witness, and The Bishop. The Inner Circle are those who will participate in the ritual and will be closer to the artist. The witnesses seated in the back will only watch and witness the performance. The Bishops will join and observe the ritual from a privileged position.