Thursday, August 14, 2014

The OMI meets the International Contemporary Art Scene

EMERGE ART OMI The King from The Constant Spirit series © 2014
It seems that for the most part art, science, politics and religion have become cynical and dissociated from the force that is responsible for our very life. We argue about what it could be. We are adamant we know the truth and are willing to kill for it. Even modern self-help gurus no longer guarantee the saving of our immortal soul but promise infinite material wealth as long as we keep our thoughts positive and our vision focused on the achievement of a unique goal.

Emerge Art arrives on the overcrowded international contemporary art scene; chaotic, media saturated, and unsure of what is art; a never before seen style of art: images “intended” by water. Why is this practice relevant in our time? For one, it revives in the most unlikely way, with the use of recent technology, Forensic Photoshop to be precise, the wonderment of Spirit and Its perennial link to each one of us. At once prophetic and nostalgic, proving the ancient occult art of scrying, it illustrates that nature is reaching out to us as it did in the past.

Water, gentle and forgiving, is speaking out. How does this relate to our historical moment? It is LIFE confirming itself, its autonomy, in the face of our extraordinary egocentric exploitation of our precious planet and of our young! Water is the ultimate diplomat. Not one of us can survive without it. The book I am writing, The Language of Water, will show you just how deeply water is individualistic, intelligent and aware. The image on top of this article is from the series The Constant Spirit. This series reveals one of the ways water uses the environment to talk to us. In the book you will discover all the methods I have uncovered on how water expresses itself.

For the world premiere exhibition of Emerge ArtEmerge Art with the book «Extrême: Esthétiques de la limite dépassée» by Paul Ardenne / Flammarion, I produced eight laser photographs that are the foundation of what will become a practice of the future: humans a practice of the future: humans having an intelligent dialogue with water not based on superstition, but on a visual vocabulary arrived at through scientific inquiry and artistic inspiration. There is a lot of research to be done to construct this vocabulary with the images water creates. These images prove the scope of water’s understanding and fluency. The precious fluid is a great concern of the contemporary artist and of the world of commodities markets that have already evaluated it as a greater source of future profit than diamonds and gold. But no one is doing what I am doing, conversing with water, with Spirit, photographing the original phenomena and then producing Objects of Mystical Importance (OMI).

These eight pieces are very evocative of the 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans paintings by ANDY WARHOL, 1962, minus the visionary art collectors like DENIS HOPPER and IRVING BLUM, who bought the ground breaking works for hundreds of dollars and sold them for millions. No one has yet grasped the extraordinary breakthrough that Emerge Art represents for art, science, politics, religion and economics. We never expected that nature would talk back to us! Don’t you think the humans of the future will be curious to see the original representations of water’s first words? How the conversation began?

Why is investing in Emerge Art the wave of the future for art markets? For one, IT HAS NEVER BEEN DONE BEFORE!!!! Emerge Art is unique and for the brilliant art collector who will acquire the first ever series of OMIs, depicting authentically, water dialoging with a human, it will be the most rewarding acquisition of a lifetime! The first utterances of water are a world heritage.

OMI Installation © 2014 Lena Ghio
The Object of Mystical Importance is the result of the philosophical path I took as an artist. I was moved by the writings of Carlos Castaneda at a young age. What impressed me the most was the value he put on the world, the Earth, as opposed to putting the sole value of human life on being obsessed by what people do, the roles societies assign to individuals that limit them, and in the end dissociate them completely from the Source of life itself. Although many discredit the author's truthfulness, there was an exciting wisdom in some of his quotes that I will always love dearly. For example the point he made that being consumed with obsession over what people do leads quickly to disenchantment and exhaustion.

I wanted to connect with the living world; I wanted to stand in the full force of what it means to be a human being in a wonderful world, in a wonderful time. Eventually, my studies expanded to include a passion for science, the martial arts, and astrology, to name a few.

The pyramidal OMIs are objects of power that radiate a constant and precise interaction with the solar system. To grasp the physics that underlies these objects see the following article: The Moons of Saturn, Gravity and the Evolution of LifeThe Emerge Art, The King, above, demonstrates the action of the pyramidal OMIs on surrounding particles. The bowl of water is in the center of the pyramidal OMIs of The Shogun series. All six were built on the same day but at 6 different moments to capture all the facets that represent wealthy life: good relationships, health, prosperity, the riches of the land, intelligent rulership, the joy of shared opulence and a long life filled with Spirit. The water reacted by creating a handsome king, the perfect symbol for this series.

The Emerge Art OMIs capture the mystical side of reality and congeals it into a digital image that I then transfer onto an object. Both are pure magic working elegantly in our technological age. My art is now equal to my desire to know the fullness of the World I love, on the periphery of what people do and the sweet mysterious planet we inhabit.

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