The Nimbus Museum fears, phobias or frustrations that we all have are represented through a series of sculptures that rest in a labyrinthine museum
The Nimbus Museum
A nimbus is a dark and irregular cloud of medium height that produces precipitations. These clouds close the sky in such a way that they do not allow sunlight to penetrate due to their great density and thickness. The nimbus can also produce electrical discharges.
In one way or another we all have our own Nimbus, negative thoughts that haunt us and prevent us from seeing clearly. When one of these dark clouds hangs over us, our brain gets caught in a storm that we can’t shake and that controls us at his will. Making our world a darker and more unstable place.
Can we take control of these dark clouds? In ‘The Nimbus Museum’ these fears, phobias or frustrations that we all have are represented through a series of sculptures that rest in a labyrinthine museum. Here the nimbus are carefully placed and under control, but any variation could upset their balance, triggering unpredictable events.
Yurian Quintanas Nobel
Dutch-origin photographer. Yurian Quintanas Nobel was born in Amsterdam in 1983, but he grew up in Catalunya (Spain), where he is currently living. His personal photographic projects are focused on using photography to approach the intangible, the hidden side of life, and explore its mysteries.
Yurian’s works has been exhibited internationally and has been chosen for awards like the SFR Jeunes Talents for ParisPhoto (2014), the Open Call award of the Encontros da Imagem (2015) and the selection as LensCulture Emerging Talent (2018) among others.