Mission / Artist Statement

Like Kandinsky, we believe that sacred art comes from an inner need of the artist and is expressed through intuitive thought.  We believe that by harnessing the power of their intuition, artists become antennas channeling new ideas from higher dimensions of consciousness.  We believe that these new ideas play a role in the evolution of consciousness.  Many of these ideas are nonverbal and take the form of visual imagery or musical sounds.  We believe that these nonverbal ideas communicate directly with the soul of the open minded viewer.  Forms that an individual perceives as beautiful resonate with that individual.  We believe that these forms cause vibrational shifts in the consciousness of the viewer subtly affecting their thought/ emotional patterns.  "Color is the keyboard, the eyes are the hammers, the soul is the piano with many strings. The artist is the hand which plays, touching one key or another, to cause vibrations in the soul" (Wassily Kandinsky).

Our goal is to make a contribution to the evolution of consciousness.  We aim to tap into the higher circuits of consciousness and channel art that will serve as a path for others to follow back to these higher circuits.  We believe that our vision can help dissolve the illusion of separateness, awakening the awareness that everything is interconnected.  The act of working collaboratively both symbolically represents this interconnectedness while also creating art more powerful than any of us as individuals could create. 

On video mapping and technology as an artistic technique...

We refer to video mapping as a technique because it can be used to enhance works in variety of mediums (drawing, sculpture, painting, architecture, fashion).  We refer to digital projection as a medium.  The technique of video mapping combines the medium of digital projection with other mediums to create a hybrid medium.

Throughout history, avant-garde artists have always migrated to the newest techniques and mediums to express their ideas.  During the Renaissance, the new technique of perspective, invented by Brunelleschi, made paintings come to life almost magically. We believe that video mapping could be considered the perspective of our time. We believe this powerful  new technique allows artists to connect with their audience in a magical way.

IVP Group Photo

Projection drawings by Bryan and Michelle. Watch the videos here and here.