opens up a glimpse into the many types of shamanism.
Shamans and plants of different cultures and backgrounds are portrayed and presented, acting as channels and opening ways through which consciousness can flow in higher frequencies. They allow us to evoke new qualities of ourselves and to open a space where we can find different unknown sides of ourselves.

The work consists of two parts, a series of ten portraits of the shamans and ten plants that have different uses within the shamanic world.
Series of 20 black and white photographs 70 x 100 cm
Digital printing on Hahnemühle FineArt photo paper, 2017
PORTRAITS                                                                                                                                                                  Casiano (Mexico) // Morgan Eagelbear (USA) // Nikolay Oorzahk (Mongolei) // Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq (Grönland)  // Salvador Freixedo (Spain) // Carlos de Leon (Mexico) // Mestre Andre (Brazil) // Alejandro Cirilo Perez Oxlaj “Wakatel” Utiw (Guatemala) // Zacciah Blackburn (Schotland) // El Hidalgo de Bacatete (Mexico)  
PLANTS                                                                                                                                                                            Peyote ( L. williamsii ) // Tobacco ( N. rustica ) // Cannabis ( C. satvia ) // Sweet grass ( H. odorata ) // Rose ( R. kordesii ) // Yew ( T. baccata ) // Coca ( E. coca ) // Salvia ( S. officinalis ) // Cypress ( C. sempervirens ) // Belladona ( A. belladonna )
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