Wednesday, 19 September 2012

There is no nation in art. The artist is the ruler of all arts. Art is the future!
1. Art is a concept of somebody feeling life and reacting. 2. Life is a moment we live in. 3. If somebody wants to paint or write about the moment of life the art he is composing can be a mix of everything he wants to express in that moment in any format. 4. A moment is an expression of past, present and future connotations. 5. The medium in which one is creating is not assessable by any restrictions or moods. 6. Only the mood of the mind can be intentional during which one creates or investigates the characteristics and politics of life. 7. Reality is a permanent dictum of one’s nature. 8. The nature of one’s own is constructed in shapes of thoughts and feelings. 9. Society is a big emotion with which one starts to grow up and understands the meanings of creating a good artwork that challenges its own roots and meaning. 10. Because the artist who engages in creating life of something different than life itself is someone who understands the meanings of life and chooses to do that by applying aspects of sensibility. 11.The culture of today’s society is shaped by artists who tangle with the thoughts of the romantic mind. 12. Logic and alienation is relevant to the point of existing together in society - as the rogue culture of the present perpetrates the multiple doubts of society’s identity. 13. By creating a piece of art in literature the artist abandons the rules of contemporary society. 14. By singing a song the artist must always transfer into the song the energy and the vibrations of its generation. 15. To go further, the artist paints the dystopian effects of living life on earth as a human being. 16. This period is intellectual - it doodles around ideas of identity and world transformation. In an era of environmental developments and technological evolution an artist embarks on a new journey to change the world and its visual perceptions. Implementing the free will of his nature and the logical elements in his upbringing the artist conceptual metamorphosis of his surroundings can be brutal and childish at the same time. The mystic of his founding can be childishly epic or rude embarrassment. This character never leaves a revolutionary artwork that lives through the emotional character of its period. 17. The artist is the epicentre of human behaviour. 18. He does not criticize the medium of his surroundings but rather exemplifies it in an abstract form or reality context. 19. The form is governed by emotional content. 20. The artist believes in changing the world and in the emotional freedom that needs to be authorised by all performing arts that preach a concept. 21. The future manifesto is directed towards the artist of the future which corresponds to a new way of thinking and seeing reality. 22. The artist’ actions are the sum of all happenings until the very moment. 23. Only he can encapsulate all actions into one action that is his creation and transfer it into his creation which is his action. 24. This action is emotional and can contain explicit or violent truths. 25. These truths must have narrative progression in an artist development – then the public can relate to the new experience. 26. The experience of artist behaviour must be gained through a life of learning activities including sexual encounter, philosophical theories and engagement in developing own actions and political views of the world. 27. The emotional engagement of the artist must reflect his always working capacity, relaying on an urge of fulfilment/nonfulfillment and/or satisfaction/no satisfaction of a general condition/situation. 28. A condition which may have patterns of different themes like love and war. 29. The artwork produced manifests the artists’ trials and corrections, the world seen from a hypersensitive persona who can be a monster or a genius, a nerd or a fool, a male or a female. 30. The congestions of one’s creativeness are emotions of his interactive time spent in today’s society. 31. The artist may take everything from his surroundings and present/incorporate it in his art, even a thought, a perception or an emotion. 32. The artwork itself should be a catalyst of all said in this manifesto and overcome political pastiche. 33. This artwork is critical and can aim at every existing subject in the world.

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