ZURUMBÁTICO - PhMuseum

ZURUMBÁTICO

Luis Cobelo

2016 - 2017

Aracataca, Magdalena, Colombia

Zurumbático is an endless journey to the place where “ One hundred years of solitude”, the literary work of the writer Gabriel García Márquez was born. A story full of extraordinary essence, contained in thousands of Latin American villages, roots of a gigantic empirical hemisphere, passionate, forgotten, fickle, violent, improvised and above all, happy.

Aracataca is the writer’s native town where the inspiration for his unique Macondo originates. This place and its surroundings, close to the Caribbean region of Colombia, is my starting point. The leitmotiv was the book, and the result, was a great series of unique and spontaneous images; an intimate process of self-exploration, poetic, magical, dreamy, ocasionally painful, charged with symbolism a nd enigmatic stories, connected with being a continent and that, for me, meant a rebirth as an individual who has nourished himself with that bleeding Latin American spinal cord.

Zurumbático is a tunnel of feelings, sensations, impressions and especial events, in which I enter and leave as I wish. Immersed in this dimension, I understood and reconfirmed that the unusual, the everyday, the comic, even the tragic, has no explanation, neither asked nor sought. It is what it is.

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  • The end

  • Fantasy map

  • Abandonment of the body

  • Hold tight, even if it burns

  • Backwards, nameless

  • Don´t ask me why, it scares me

  • Nothing closes

  • Energy released, everything is going to be fine

  • The santandereajn

  • Nine fights without dying

  • Gloria is in love

  • Inmortal Goyo

  • Palomino, the gravedigger

  • Found little golden fish

  • The center of the universe

  • That afternoon when I saw you in the yard

  • The love ( saved)

  • Our most precious ornament

  • Don´t say my name, I will torture you beyond death

  • The constellation of Luz

  • Love is a plague

  • Don´t ask, don´t find out, don´t do anything

  • The mode

  • Lalo, the monkey that guesses the dreams of humans

  • Two little fish per day

  • El mello

  • Melissa

  • We are creatures of habits

  • A glow

  • Jessica

  • The eternal line

  • Waiting to fly

  • Just the head

  • The same room

  • The cross of death marked on his forehead

  • Lucho, the eternal morrocoy

  • Tomasa

  • NT

  • Life goes on

  • The Ropero twins


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