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From Loring Knoblauch’s review for Collector Daily:

Most of Cobo’s images find a vein of uneasiness that throbs with heightened levels of simultaneous attraction and repulsion. Disembodied legs dangle from hedges and emerge from behind beds, chandeliers and crystals support a mood of over-the-top excess, and solitary figures emerge from the woods with glowing eyes like zombies. Cinematic references to Hitchcock and Kubrick add another layer of mystery, from lips pushed against a shower curtain to creepy masked figures (often the artist himself) that hide in plain sight. Even the animals seem to be possessed by spirits, the eyes of park squirrels, feral stray cats, and snarling dogs all shining with eerie intent.

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