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Call it a fluke, a stroke of luck if you like, but there’s no question about it: there is a movement afoot. Make no mistake it’s definitely an accident and it’s waiting to happen in Miami. Coming this December, MAMA, … Continue reading
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Amazing is a word built for things that inspire awe, wonder, possibly even astonishment, though it has, like so many fortifying adjectives such as “so” and “very” been misused by attention-starved reporters of the unremarkable. “Dude, I saw the most … Continue reading
I came across a book several years ago called “Why Cats Paint” in which the author attempted to justify the torture of his pets, which he dipped in paint causing them to struggle to wipe their paws onto canvases to … Continue reading
Steel Wrinkles by Allan Rodewald Since modern art, in its early infancy, first learned to say Dada experts have been a little sketchy as to the difference between precedent-setting genius and a wet clean-up on aisle 5 at Kelly-Moore. Back in … Continue reading
Justinus Kerner- A signature illustrated with a Klecksographie 1879 Essay: Ever since Leonardo da Vinci urged artists to search for inspiration in the dirt on walls or the streaked patterns in stones, they have found that the accidental blot, … Continue reading
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“By it’s very nature it holds the potential for discovery and innovation few other
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Twenty-nine talented individuals representing a variety of genre have
gathered to form a collective known as MAMA, the Movement of Aleatoric
Modern Artists a nod to the DADAists of the early twentieth century who
made liberal use of accidental methods when composing great works of
art. The AleatoricArt gallery was created in 2009 to entertain and educate
art lovers about the element of chance in fine art history, and to inspire
students and emerging artists to discover and enjoy the same freedom
from the confines of accepted artistic methods that the use of chance
represents. The group is working together on ways to promote their new
ideas and processes, which utilize today’s techniques, materials and
technology combined with ancient aleatoric means and controlled chaos.
Oothoon’s Palace by Robert Venosa It’s a matter of trust. When we look for something new to improve our lives, to enrich our scope of experience, to expand our awareness, how do we know what’s good? When the purpose … Continue reading