Tikal

Vision III (2010)

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51.2x36.2 in
The Vision Serpent is thought to be the most important of the Maya serpents. It was usually bearded and had a rounded snout. It was also often depicted as having two heads or with the spirit of a god or ancestor emerging from its jaws. During Maya bloodletting rituals, participants would experience visions in which they communicated with the ancestorsor...
The Vision Serpent is thought to be the most important of the Maya serpents. It was usually bearded and had a rounded snout. It was also often depicted as having two heads or with the spirit of a god or ancestor emerging from its jaws. During Maya bloodletting rituals, participants would experience visions in which they communicated with the ancestorsor gods. These visions took the form of a giant serpent which served as a gateway to the spirit realm. For them, the Vision Serpent was direct link between the spirit realm of the gods and the physical world.
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Tikal currently lives and works in Paris. He completed a Master degree in Research and Visual Arts from Paris Sorbonne. He has exhibited in Paris, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and private tuition in South Japan....

Tikal currently lives and works in Paris. He completed a Master degree in Research and Visual Arts from Paris Sorbonne. He has exhibited in Paris, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and private tuition in South Japan. His production ranges from textile designer to interior decoration and fashion.

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