Expression can be a violent method, the reason is not given to us, exists as a passion for life without cause or purpose, an eternal delight of creating and destroying..
In this period of change, the role of the creative artist can only be that of the revolutionary: it is his duty to destroy the last remnants of an empty, irksome aesthetic, arousing the creative instincts still slumbering unconscious in the human mind. The masses, brought up with aesthetic conventions imposed from without, are as yet unaware of their creative potential. This will be stimulated by an art which does not define but suggests, by the arousal of associations and the speculations which come forth from them, creating a new and fantastic way of seeing. The onlooker's creative ability (inherent in human nature) will bring this new way of seeing within everyone's reach once aesthetic conventions cease to hinder the working of the unconscious.
explore art created outside the boundaries of official culture. to include certain works of non-professional artists, who intentionally or not had created original art uninfluenced by the canon.
works created from solitude and from pure and authentic creative impulses - where the worries of competition, acclaim and social promotion do not interfere.
'culture' that is mainstream culture, managed to assimilate every new development in art, and by doing so took away whatever power it might have had. The result was to asphyxiate genuine expression. …Read More