Letting go (part three)

“There exists only this instant, for as long as I can ride it; this wave of existential juice.” Quantum artist Lanon Carl Prigge on the art of letting go.

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Letting go (part two)

Meta-, from the Greek meta– μετά- meaning “after” or “beyond” points to the fact that our artworks reference dimensions of experience that lie beyond ordinary sight, language and definition.

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Letting go (part one)

When I enter the metascape, I regularly enter through the portal of a digital canvas. It sounds so sci-fi to say it like that (Terence McKenna would have approved). I enter in so many ways.

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Clear your mind (part 2)

We expand our known world through wonder by participating in something larger than ourselves. Wonder is pure participation, devoid of the need to possess. Eric Booth As long as one operates in the middle of things, one can never really know the nature of the medium in which one moves. William Irwin Thompson, The Time […]

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Can you feel it?

Feelings are not the same as emotions. Feelings come before emotions. Newborn babies feel although they have no words to describe their sensations.

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Art IS medicine

Art is medicine. Follow these 10 steps to make a therapeutic Art Infusion and activate personal illlumination. Flow with the journey. Allow the unfolding.

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Be carried away

Observe that which is looking through your eyes. Do not attempt to name it, categorize it, define it, describe it, shape it, manipulate it. Just be with its being.

Observe that which is looking through your eyes. Do not attempt to name it, categorize it, define it, describe it, shape it, manipulate it. Just be with its being. Let yourself be carried away.

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Soothe your soul

Art is contemplation. It is the pleasure of the mind which searches into nature and there defines the spirit of which Nature herself is animated.

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Linger longer

Linger longer. The art of contemplation requires slowness, a slowing down from the usual pace of daily doings.

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Immerse yourself

The artwork speaks in a language other than that of words, signs and icons, so the best is to immerse yourself in its metascape for deepened contemplation and personal realization.

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