Found: New evidence of phallic monuments in Peru by the civilization of Llhuros

phallic-titicaca-copy_webAn illustrated lecture by artist Alastair Noble on the ancient civilizations of darkest Peru
including Llhuros and the stone engravers of Ica
Date: Friday, February 10
Time: 8:00 PM
Admission: $5
Presented by the Hollow Earth Society

Recent evidence has emerged from archaeological sites around Lake Titicaca Peru that Llhuros—thought to be a fictional civilization contrived by artist Norman Daly—actually existed and thrived in this region centuries ago. Likewise, the ancient engraved stones of Ica Peru reveal a civilization that lived concurrently with dinosaurs and were knowledgeable in sophisticated medical practices long before western discoveries, according to researcher Dr Javier Cabrera.

Alastair R. Noble is an environmental/installation artist and printmaker, his cross-disciplinary practice engages in contemporary cultural issues. Although originally from the UK, he has lived and work in New York City for over 30 years and has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally, including in Peru, Chile, Bulgaria, UK. His practice is a response to architecture and the natural environment and investigates particular sites in the context of literature, poetry or philosophical texts by authors such as Mallarmé, Marinetti, Mayakovsky, Wittgenstein. The Library of Babel and On the Exactitude of Science by Jorge Luis Borges have been the subjects of his recent projects, which he transposed into labyrinthine maps of the mind and landscape. Additionally he writes on sculpture and architecture for Sculpture magazine and journals. He has taught and lectured at numerous colleges and universities.

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