is the African and Brazilian goddess of the sea and the moon. Part of the Yoruba pantheon, Yemanya is one of the three revered female entities. (The other two are Oya and Ochun.) Yemanya presides over the ocean and is an archetypal Mother figure. Her concern for her children is as vast and as deep as the sea. Her number is seven, her colors are blue and white, and sacred offerings made to her can include pearls, seawater (water and sea salt), and seashells. Yemanya has a devout following in Brazil and in the Santerian religion.
Yemanya's Art Installation and performance was created by the use of recycled materials and neon paint . Collaborated with Dopa Mina (FX effects) and Majka team (Performers)