Nibiro Suite

This suite of charcoal and pastel drawings called Nibiru the fruit of childhood memories when I talked to my father about a hypothetical planet that approached the Earth. A theory based on supposed vestiges of ancient civilizations that had communicated with extraterrestrials and gained knowledge from them, an assumption seen as improbable by scientists and historians.

Nibiru, a slow planet that passes close to the Asteroid Belt every 3600 years, and close enough to our planet to make a strong impact on Earth, is usually associated with great cyclical changes like the ones that are taking place now.

Sergio Lucena

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