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Presentación de "Dios ha muerto" + exposición

Irkus M. Zeberio
Fri, 2016-01-22 19:30 - Mon, 2016-02-22 21:30
Fatbottom

THE BOOK
Thus Spoke Zarathustra. A book for everyone and noone. Ass Nietzsche later confessed himself, this work had a special origin, mystical and contemplative, in two "visions" that its author had in 1881 and 1883. In the comic Dios ha muerto (God is dead) , Irkus attempts to reveal these images to the reader. A silent comic (Thus Spoke) trying to return to Nietzsche's mind before he translated his vision into words. Nietzsche's book is a kind of secular Bible anti-Western values, using the actual figure of the prophet Zarathustra as a spokesperson for his own ideas. It narrates successive "drops" Zarathustra made from his mountain retreat for men explain their findings. The character is talking to different men, women and children who
is on the road, which bears his message, which revolves around several key ideas: the superman, the eternal return of the same, the death of God, the will to power ... The style is lyrical, full of metaphors and neologisms. Parody constantly to religious texts, especially the Bible and its rhetorical and parabolic forms. Nietzsche leaves no stone cold in their efforts to destroy the philosophy to use and the most common ideas about religion, God, art, literature, learned, virtuous, culture, poetry ...
A key part of Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche are regarded as true "storm spirit" each of them has a certain independence and all are reported in the form of aphorisms and parables. The structure is made, the themes are universal, the author talks about important things and is known to all, the work is full of images ... it is a perfect book to reinterpret.

ACCORDING TO THE EDITOR
The elements of Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra are considered by the author a real "storm spirit". A book highly topical in the society in which we live, often unscrupulous, without spirit. Convinced that many of our contemporaries are, and probably unknowingly came out of his mind, a re-reading is imposed. Are we not looking for a personal existential wisdom? But beyond their intellectual input, it is an extremely visual and poetic text that provides fertile ground for the vastly talented expressionist Irkus.

Irkus (M) ZEBERIO
Martutene, Donostia 1982 came to Barcelona in 2001. I studied at the prestigious art school Massana. Defeated in the fight I became a commercial illustrator and comic book artist teacher. Now completely desnatura-lizado in Barcelona at the age of 31, continued the path of semantic research, aesthetic and subversion. For the victory of culture.

PUBLICATIONS
Cramond Island, Nobrow, 2013 | Panorama, the graphic novel in Spain, Astiberri, 2013 | Leopoldo II, Apa-apa, 2013 | The last Bloom, Les 24 heures de Angouleme, Fatbottombooks Barcelona, ​​2013 | Drill! Hummingbird Fanzine, 2013 | Rotuygienesia, Ampel Magazin, 2013 | Rollerboy! Central magazine, 2013 | Zarathustra, Fanzine Brusio (Italy), 2012 | THE. Pau. Porn selfpublished, 2012 | Jules Karnibal II, Kus! Komiksu (Riga), 2012 | Jules Karnibal I, Red Put-n / Les Golfes, 2012 | Nobrow 6 | Gure bazterrak, Kabinett, (Austria), 2011 | Kus! komiksi 8 | Lunettes 2/3 | Garabattage 10

EXHIBITIONS
Injuve, Traveling by Spain, 2013 | Golden Globes ceremony, Barcelona, ​​2012 | Euskal Etxea, Barcelona, ​​2012 | Fatbottom, exhibition on Cramond Island, Barcelona, ​​2012 | L'Europe is dessine, Festival BD Angouleme, 2012 | Villarrosas other things, Barcelona 2010 | Jazzs, Montoriol Gallery, Barcelona, ​​2010 | The last match, Lisbon, Tbilisi, Helsinki, Vilnius, Riga, Leipzig 2010

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