The Online Museum of Small gods

Welcome the Small gods project, an online collection of freshly created Small gods. Creating a Small god is not an act of capturing The Omnipresent, Almighty, Universal Entity, but a playful research on the role of god(s) and religions in daily life and society, empowered by visual storytelling. Participants of the project are invited to cook up their own Small god by filling in a Small book and to shoot a video of themselves representing the Small god. Imagine: What does the Small god of coffee smells like? What is the emotional state of the Small god of untouched birthday gifts? What does a Small god of boredom do in its daily life? And the most important question: What do the newly invented Small gods actually say about us as humans?

Would you like to contribute to the online museum of Small gods?
You can start now! Download the “Small book” template here, fill it in and instantly create a new Small god.

Small gods museum collection

Small god of Dust- by Liesje van den Berk
Small god of the Existential Crisis – by Jolijn de Wolf
Small god of My Tiny House – by anonymous
Small god of Nature named “An”, by Marjan
Small god of Stillness – by Krijnie Beyen
Small god of Breath – by JanKees Helms
Small god of Failure – by Joan Escrivà-Escolà
Small god of Procrastination – by Hèctor Alsinet
Small god of Seemingly Insignificant Compassion
Sally Pittman
Small god of Minimalism – by Gabriele Goria

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