Kokko & Pueblo Kultur


Kachinas are spirits or personifications of things in the real world. These spirits are believed to visit the Hopi villages during the first half of the year. A kachina can represent anything in the natural world or “cosmos”, from a revered ancestor to an element, a location, a quality, a natural phenomenon, or a concept.

The local pantheon of kachinas varies in each pueblo community; there may be kachinas for the sun, stars, thunderstorms, wind, corn, insects, and many other concepts.

Kachinas are understood as having humanlike relationships; they may have uncles, sisters, and grandmothers, and may marry and have children. Although not worshipped, each is viewed as a powerful being who, if given veneration and respect, can use his particular power for human good, bringing rainfall, healing, fertility, or protection, for example.

Kokko Kachina by Eva Mirror 2018


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Eva Mirror

Eva Mirror is an international artist grew up between Andalusia, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Madrid, Turín, Brighton and currently is based in Zürich.
She started as a painter even is always was immersed with photo, illustrations, poetry and experimental music.
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