Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley

The experience with sacred plants of connection is somehow an artistic experience, a spiritual endeavor that influences the behavior, that inspires and encourages creativity, for it creates other ways of perceiving, thinking and interpreting the world, and allows the understanding of the internal ph...

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Autor Principal: Avellaneda Escudero, Carlos
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Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas 2014
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spelling ir-11349-240092020-06-04T21:44:01Z Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley Embellecer lo que el más allá hace presente: Pintura, pinta o visión y el Valle de Sibundoy Avellaneda Escudero, Carlos Beautifie pinta painting sacred Sibundoy Valley yagé Embellecer pintura sagrado Valle de Sibundoy yagé The experience with sacred plants of connection is somehow an artistic experience, a spiritual endeavor that influences the behavior, that inspires and encourages creativity, for it creates other ways of perceiving, thinking and interpreting the world, and allows the understanding of the internal phenomena of each being-there. The use and knowledge of these plants goes back to a remote past. This text looks upon the Southwest of Colombia to describe the visionary-shamanic paintings of two indians from the Sibundoy Valley. Their shapes and colors, which are the result of the revelation and the knowledge of the invisible or sacred given by the master-beverage, the yagé, are key to understand that, in their cultural context, these (re) presentations are a means that beautifies (is grateful and offers) life and thought. La experiencia con plantas sagradas de conexión es, en cierto modo, una experiencia artística,un esfuerzo espiritual que influye en el comportamiento, que inspira y estimula la creatividad,pues crea otras formas de percibir, pensar e interpretar el mundo, y permite comprender los fenómenos internos de cada ser-ahí. El uso y conocimiento mismos de este tipo plantas se remonta a un pasado remoto. El presente texto acerca su mirada al suroccidente de Colombia para describir las pinturas visionarias-chamánicas de dos indígenas del Valle de Sibundoy. Sus formas y colores, que son fruto de la revelación y los conocimientos de lo invisible o lo sagrado dados por el brebaje-maestro, el yagé, son clave para entender que en su contexto cultural estas (re)presentaciones son un medio que embellece (agradece y presenta) la vida y el pensamiento. 2014-04-30 2020-06-04T21:44:01Z 2020-06-04T21:44:01Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Artículo revisado por pares https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/5607 10.14483/udistrital.jour.c14.2013.2.a06 http://hdl.handle.net/11349/24009 spa https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/5607/7138 https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/5607/8985 application/pdf text/html Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte; Vol. 8 Núm. 11 (2013): Arte y Pedagogía; 68-83 CALLE14: revista de investigación en el campo del arte; Vol 8 No 11 (2013): Arte y Pedagogía; 68-83 2145-0706 2011-3757
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topic Beautifie
pinta
painting
sacred
Sibundoy Valley
yagé
Embellecer
pintura
sagrado
Valle de Sibundoy
yagé
spellingShingle Beautifie
pinta
painting
sacred
Sibundoy Valley
yagé
Embellecer
pintura
sagrado
Valle de Sibundoy
yagé
Avellaneda Escudero, Carlos
Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley
description The experience with sacred plants of connection is somehow an artistic experience, a spiritual endeavor that influences the behavior, that inspires and encourages creativity, for it creates other ways of perceiving, thinking and interpreting the world, and allows the understanding of the internal phenomena of each being-there. The use and knowledge of these plants goes back to a remote past. This text looks upon the Southwest of Colombia to describe the visionary-shamanic paintings of two indians from the Sibundoy Valley. Their shapes and colors, which are the result of the revelation and the knowledge of the invisible or sacred given by the master-beverage, the yagé, are key to understand that, in their cultural context, these (re) presentations are a means that beautifies (is grateful and offers) life and thought.
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author Avellaneda Escudero, Carlos
author_facet Avellaneda Escudero, Carlos
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title Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley
title_short Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley
title_full Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley
title_fullStr Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley
title_full_unstemmed Beautifying what the other world makes present: Painting, Pinta and Vision in the Sibundoy Valley
title_sort beautifying what the other world makes present: painting, pinta and vision in the sibundoy valley
publisher Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas
publishDate 2014
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