Ikokana

Ikokana 

Kada sam pretprošle godine letovo u Maču Pikču saznao sam da je taj grad imao kanalizaciju dizajniranu tako da se u nju vršila samo mala nužda , a za veliku odlazili su u šumu i defektaciju vršili u male jame iskopane u Pača Mami (vrhunsko božanstvo Inka) sve vreme grickajući koku ili pijući čaj od Koke (sveta biljka svih Južnoameričkih indijanaca).

Za mene je ovo ikustvo i saznanje bilo veoma spiritualno i nadahnjujuće pa sam nagovorio devojku da prošverca 2 kila kokinog lišća u rancu, od kojega sad pijuckamo čaj u Berlinu posle koga za malu nuždu idem u toalet, a za veliku kopam rupe uveče u parku.

lišće koke na dasci  i ulje na platnu iz Perua

In the year before last, during my holiday in Manchu Picchu, I learnt that the city had had a canalization designed in such a way that it could be used only for number one, while number two had to be done in the woods, over small holes dug in Pachamama (Inka supreme deity). Nibbling at coca leaves or drinking cocaa tea during the process was obligatory.

This insight and experience seemed very spiritual and inspiring to me, so I talked my girlfriend into smuggling two kilos of coca leaves in her rucksack. Now we drink tea in Berlin, and then I do number one in the toilet, but for number two I dig holes in the park at night.

coca leaves on board and oil on canvas from Peru

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