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Other sensations adds to the aesthetic pleasure caused by fine art

In publication (link):

Exercise on sensation and perception in fine art.

I present composition:

 

   Liviu Iliescu; Study NN ; Blizzard ; Oil on cardboard ; 47x32 cm; 2000

 

  I return completing the presentation with some aspects of synesthesia (it could be considered)

I quote

Art and Synesthesia: in search of the synesthetic experience

Abstract

The objective of this study is to come to a better understanding of the 'synesthetic experience', especially in the context of art. It consists of two parts: in the first part, I review naturally occurring synesthesia. In the second part, I discuss created forms of synesthesia in art. My starting point is the hypothesis that 'synesthesia-phenomena' are at the roots of all artistic practice. The approach is multidisciplinary and from a philosophy of art perspective. It will be argued that 'art as a synesthetic experience', and 'synesthetic experiences by synesthetes', share certain basic concepts: the making of new connections between the senses. In the arts, the search for correspondences and complementarities between the senses is essential. Artists have brought the 'synesthetic experience' to the surface —to share their vision with the world. The intention is to analyze the impact of synesthetic approaches as experiments in art. The focus will be on a visual presentation of artworks by artists/pioneers, as study case examples of early modern art movements; Expressionism, Futurism, Dada, Surrealism, De Stijl and Abstract Expressionism. (*) The 'Manifesto of Surrealism' has improved on the Rimbaud principle that "the poet must turn seer". Art and synesthesia go hand-in-hand.

(*)
 I shall discuss the work and thoughts of twelve key figuresEdvard Munch, Piet Mondrian, Francis Picabia, Paul Klee, Umberto Boccioni, Luigi Russolo, Marcel Duchamp, Anton Bragaglia, Man Ray, René Magritte, Mark Rothko and Meret Oppenheim.

  Exercise composition; NN ... Study is part of a series of images that I propose as examples applicable in visual psychotherapy.

   As described in:

5. Laboratory hall for visual therapy

Bioptical Art -Cabinet for visual psychotherapy

  

In this laboratory (cabinet for the investigation) is tested to determine

which are compositions and techniques that would bring improvement in the condition of a particular patient.

  I have proposed be established and offices as annexes, specialized in different areas, where they will be treated selected patients

  These offices will be profiled areas: painting; sculpture; digital art, photography, video ...

 At first glance, my composition appears as part of an outdated style.

   These compositions still exists and is available for specialists to be evaluated in the following assumptions:

  - Not interested

   - May provide visual interest in psychotherapy, especially for patients who have mediocre intellectual preparation

 I painted composition exercise; Study NN .. by hesitant attempts, seeking, sensation effect priority relative to perception, also obtain effects of synesthesia.

In case could be assessed in this regard some particular sensations caused by composition.

 So I imagined a type of tree which I repeated in perspective, tree that resist the blizzard because elasticity the twigs.

  Appear added sensation similar to those felt in contemplation

fine art compositions which exceed the limits of aesthetic pleasure

 Provide effects of synesthesia, the observer feeling and anger the invisible air.

 Of course some of my proposals appear as assumptions for research topics.

  In future not too distant, will be improvements in neuroesthetics,

to determine, in fine art degrees of psychic influence. This view was also mentioned by Dr. Krishna Kumari Chall.

 In recent years researchers using magnetic resonance have resulted images in the brain, when the observer was asked to look for  graphic test.

by binocular rivalry.

 See link:

Subcortical discrimination; binocular rivalry; magnetic resonance

 It is unlikely that currently an expert to handle my proposals.

     Therefore I consulted highlighting the themes, by Google, which apply for settlement in order of importance, more than 300 criteria, resulting in a huge bibliographic file.

I have posted:

blizzard  storm  snow and wind fine art  images photo

  I selected two similar images with, composition NN Study

from: approximately 443,000 (the) results

 author not mentioned

Blizzard
(a storm with lots of snow and wind)

 

 Posted by Waldo "Wally" Tomosky in EducationalTHE PILGRIMAGE

 

I quote a sculpture that causes the feeling (synesthesia) the dynamism of human strength

Umberto Boccioni ; 19 October 1882 – 17 August 1916) was an influential Italian painter and sculptor.

 Unique forms of continuity in space

 

  This imagine appears in numerous publications: an example> link

Art and Synesthesia: in search of the synesthetic experience

"Art and Synesthesia: in search of the synesthetic experience"
by Dr. Hugo Heyrman

Synesthesia caused by fine art seems to be more complex than the typical case.

   For example, when some people contemplating the image of a rose and feel perfumed  smell (typical case)

The compositions of the above and the like will be included in the program:

Cabinet for visual psychotherapy

 

As shown in previous publications in fine art I propose the application of stimuli resulting from esearch areas:

 Binocular rivalry (Br); Fusion colors (Fc) -Helmholtz ; Stereoscopy (St)

These stimuli causes sensations and perceptions designed by differences in eye, on the two retains

 In the case, stereoscopy, as we know, the differences resulting from reconstituting a pair of photographic images differences, projected on two, retain the eyes, when a person looks an object.

 In cases (Br) and (Fc) also use two images (compositions), but the image for the right eye differs shapes and colors of the image for the left eye. For examplein the case of (Br)  vertical lines and respectively horizontal

lines and in the case of (Fc) blue respectively yellow.

In the test on many people I found reproducibility, in similar proportion to those which result from Stereoscopic observation.

 

 Unique effects that occur in my, Bi-optical compositions are certitudes (demonstrable).

 

I have numerous publications on  Bi-Optical Art, especially for inviting artists to practice the techniques that I proposed.

Compositions and texts by which I explain techniques to achieve of such compositions, with evidence reproducibility, I think they match the prediction philosophical criterion

    My utterances to promote Art biopsy are generally self-critical content are possible misunderstandings or incorrect statements

 I have developed  Bi-optical Art findings using scientific areas

mentioned above, which is based on training habit inherited structures, while being of human phylogenesis have two eyes placed laterally as is the dove.

 

  My compositions have not reached the level of those professional artists who have developed artistic sensitivity, on a particular genetic background.

 

 

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