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By Florentin Smarandache

"Outer-Art" is a flow organize as a protest opposed to, or to ridicule, the random glossy paintings which states that every thing is… paintings!
It used to be initiated by means of Florentin Smarandache, in Nineteen Nineties, who satirically referred to as for an upside-down paintings: to do paintings in a fashion it isn't purported to be performed, i.e. to make paintings as grotesque, as foolish, as fallacious as attainable, and customarily as very unlikely as attainable.

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Teeters’ recognized tessellations, in line with airplane symmetry teams which generate geometric styles, i might suggest a generalization to 3D-space symmetry teams and make sculptural tessellations. My outer-art contradicts a few sleek artwork the place something used to be taking for... artwork! that is why I took the other ideas and varieties of making art... an upside-down creation... i presumed at growing an award for the worst artwork each year! you recognize, Ms. Lonnie Pierson Dunbier [editor of AskART. com website], occasionally the ugliest canvas may well allure extra viewers than the easiest! i used to be serious about unique, unknown, via the other to the reliable paintings and literature and technological know-how… as the respectable ones are manipulated by way of sure teams although political and ideological motivations and through inventive and cultural propaganda. “Plato perceived the visible arts as not so good as all others as the visible arts relied upon phantasm and "imitation". In India the visible photograph (Yantra) is incomprehensible with out the vibration (Mantra) they usually have a tendency in the direction of mentioning tune because the ultimate paintings. (…) It took centuries for painters to set up themselves as Pittori and never as mere Artifici (imitators). The visible arts appear to have a humble historical past even with their excellent influence. ” [Claudia Avila, 2002] In Hinduism the divine trinity is shaped by means of Brahma (which represents the essence of the universe), Vishnu (the Preserver), and Siva. The final one, Siva (or Shiva), is the Hindu God of destruction and replica, of starting and finishing, of construction and annihilation within the related time; it’s a solidarity of contraries, truly God and Evil at the same time. One poem in my “Le Paradoxisme, un nouveau mouvement littéraire” is written blending languages: Romanian + French, my sort to debris up and scan in any attainable and very unlikely manner! eight I comply with the truth that paradoxism clearly exists and is produced through the folklore, yet every now and then it doesn't have too many paradoxes. [Mircea Monu] virtually the adverse info seems to be in chilly fusion, the place the consequences’ reproducibility is intensely undesirable, i. e. you're employed in quasi exact stipulations and procure very various effects! it's a box of paradoxes. [Peter Gruck] i purchased first time while I got here to the United States (1990) a publication by means of Edward Lear on limerick and non-sense and that i was once interesting. while in Morocco (1982-4) and Turkey (1988-90), I wrote and released books in French language (in Morocco and respectively in France) that you should locate (scanned from the paper model) on-line at: www. gallup. unm. edu/~smarandache/eBooksLiterature. htm, referred to as: "Le sens du non-sens" [The experience of the Non-Sense] and "Antichambre / Antipoésies / Bizarreries" [Anterooms / Antipoetry / Oddities], they're dependent upon upside-down interpretations of language clichés, i. e. many figurative French expressions are interpreted in a formal approach, or opposed to the grain/nap. for example i will get a hold of in English is the subsequent paradoxist verse: "An night within the morning of my life...

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