Understanding the "Interpressionism" Movement and Philosophy
We strongly believe the Interpressionism movement is on the way of becoming one of the most creative ideas of this century and future yet to come. This new trend of expression teaches us (especially the artist) to learn to close our eyes and let go off the “deja – vu”. The Interpressionism as a philosophy wants us to return to our childlike mentality to find the source of our artistic creativity, i.e.: our originality from our inner-self. The foundation of this artistic movement is based on the innocence of thinking: Inter-pression that you find generally in the art work of any 2 and 5 years old child. Whom with no guidance and no master, and without following any discipline nor techniques, always created some tremendous master pieces wherever their innocent hands can reach. For example, let’s us consider the walls of a house with children; they were always painted by the innocent hands of those children. Also, remember the way they expressed themselves in some of your important documents. Such as: your books, your notebooks, etc, are full of sketches and drawings of your children. Others can also find some extraordinary masterpieces left by their children in their new furniture’s or in their antiques, etc. Each one of those drawings and sketches is unique and original. They expressed the innocence expression and the self-creativity of a child.
Thus, one can say that by looking at the work of different master's painter, sculpture, music, dance, literature, philosophy, and so forth, one can find the originality of expression on each of these masters artwork. Yes, it is the same emotional expression that ones can find in the innocent work of any 2 to 5 years old children (self-creative or art of the innocence). This is also the essence of the interpressionism movements. For instance, let’s us consider the works of some masters such as: Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Emmanuel, Monet, Renoir, Manet, Picasso, Van Goth, Pollock, Warhol, Basquiat, Beethoven, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, J. Brel, Michael Jackson, Presley, Armstrong, J.Brown, Prince, Aznavour, Mikhailovsky, Baryshnikov, G.Hines, Maya Angelou, F. Lloyd, Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Shakespeare, Rousseau, Molière, Voltaire, Montesquieu, Miguel de Cervantes, Descartes, Sartre, Nietzsche, etc., to name a few. Although each one are unique in their own style we can appreciate the originality in the volume of their work. Each one left behind some fascinating work that are still captivating the emotions and curiosity of our generation and future yet to come. Because their work is pure, unique, sometimes provocative, rebellious, mesmerizing, and most and above all one- of- a- kind masterpieces. One of the aspects of the interpressionism movement consists in educating people to pursue their "inner-self" thinking.
This could be explained by this state of mind: “Thinking outside the box”. which is a very demanding and a robust mentally exercise. Often people used the expression "Thinking outside the box" to describe their state-of-mind. Unfortunately, the confusion and the big dilemma is they don't take time first to remove themselves from the box. They are like Ostrich the largest bird, when facing a challenge bury the head on the sand to avoid detection. "Wisdom is the ability to discern difference when thinking, to see things to other angle, and be able to welcome a different point of view ". The interpressionism movement is dedicating to target artists and people in all walks of life, who working everyday toward distancing themselves from the influence of the “déjà vu”. it is this ability cultivating from the process of returning to the source of your artistic creativity to find the innocence of yourself-creative. Once you find the source, you will no longer belong or become, but You are...
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