Matt Rentschler

A Quote by Wrench on integral and art

...a benefit for both artists and viewers is that every time a person changes states—whether intentionally or spontaneously—it can serve as a microtransformative event that loosens one’s current level of self-identity, thus encouraging development.

Matt Rentschler

Source: AQAL Journal, page 61, Vol. 1, No. 1

Contributed by: Gaia Team

A Quote by Wrench on integral and art

Training with states can also allow an artist to energetically resonate with audiences, regardless of whether or not those audience members understand the message or informational component of an artwork.

Matt Rentschler

Source: AQAL Journal, page 61, Vol. 1, No. 1

Contributed by: Gaia Team

A Quote by Wrench on levels, lines, and integral

For viewers, the notion of levels and lines can help explain that sometimes jarring experience of encountering a fabulous artist who is also a miserable human being: How could Leni Riefenstahl revolutionize cinema yet glamorize the Nazis? Understanding levels and lines can help a viewer “free” an artist by limiting them. In other words, you become a better critic when you can acknowledge any failures an artist might have as a human being without trashing their achievements as an artist.

Matt Rentschler

Source: AQAL Journal, page 51-52, Vol. 1, No. 1

Contributed by: Gaia Team

A Quote by Wrench on states, integral, and art

Artists can also practice entering a variety of states as a means of broadening and deepening the subject matter conveyed thru their artworks.

Matt Rentschler

Source: AQAL Journal, page 61, Vol. 1, No. 1

Contributed by: Gaia Team

A Quote by Wrench on integral and art

Training with states can also allow an artist to energetically resonate with audiences, regardless of whether or not those audience members understand the message or informational component of an artwork.

Matt Rentschler

Source: AQAL Journal, page 61, Vol. 1, No. 1

Contributed by: Gaia Team

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