Am I jumping around in a bouncy castle?
Well, it's the bouncy castle version of Stonehenge, and a piece of brilliant art!
"Sacrilege" is a life size inflatable heritage site created by Turner prize winning artist Jeremy Deller, which is currently on tour around Britain, as part of the London 2012 Festival.
How lucky that we could take the train to Exeter and experience this joyous, witty piece of art that's only erected for a day at each stop of its tour! First of all it makes you happy even to just watch the smiling people jumping around in it, and then when you try it yourself, it's pure exhilarating joy!
Jeremy Deller said: "A lot of my work deals with history, and Sacrilege is no exception, this is a way to get reacquainted with ancient Britain with your shoes off."
A great way to make the familiar strange, to steal some humour into the seriousness of the Olympics and to bring history closer to many kids and grown ups.
Here's the website of the project with some great videos on how it was created and the list of dates and places you can catch the bouncy Stonhenge next! http://sacrilege2012.co.uk/
Oh, and here are some more pictures by a pro photographer, with me on one of them! :)
Pictures of me by Marco, others by me.
I'm not wearing anything special as I dressed for jumping
- hence jeans and dress and no jewellery. :)