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" a FILM to me is a multilayered painting
in which all limitations of one media merge into the next..."
A r t S e e n T h r o u g h T h e S p i r i t O f S o u l
L e o n a r d B e r n s t e i n
“Art cannot change events, but it may affect people so
that they are changed… because people are changed
by Art – enriched, ennobled, encouraged –
they then act in a way that may affect the course of events
by the way they vote, behave, and think.
“..We're only guests here..
Trespassing beyond physical boundaries as souls,
reflecting relevant truths about the universal puzzle of our Unity.
J e a n n e R i c k e t t s
s y n o p s i s
TRAPPED IN FREEDOM
Contemplation and osmosis with the waters she sailed into life since her Day of conception in Crete, shaped the calligraphy of her own musical Wave, composing her symphony via themes beyond her own awareness. Arising via inner locutions, unfolding as to how we relate to another from holistic perspectives, her surrendered state of trance in her creative proceedings often incubate as mixed-media over-drawn to over-written poetry, painted over depleted resin prints she partially cuts and sculpts into semi-reliefs. Starting with two distinct wave mouvements entitled OCEAN'S CALLIGAPHY / Seasoul - her slogan "Mektub is written in the sea.." of each 2,5 x 5 meter long series, painted live then extracted from the original 80m linear billboard she painted in 3 nights of July 2014 on the shores of Port Hercules.
Not purely abstract yet fully intuitive, Jeanne Ricketts' poems, murals and paintings (1993-now) suggest a tartan of oceanic poiesis*, softly blurred and intertwined into a wild, almost Aboriginal to Asian calligraphic style. Her works cross-dissolve into layers of diluted inks, and have set into motion her ethereal trace. -
“Never before has the family of humankind had a greater need for the power of Art to generate calming connections across world systems. Ricketts' visionary paintings link internal, emotional and cognitive systems with external cultural realities and explore new patterns for understanding nature and human nature.” —
Dr. Phillip Romero MD New York City, founder of the Smart Peace Prize, is a psychiatrist, art-expert and author of "Phantom Stress” co-written by Joe La Placa, Director of Cardi Gallery London. Dr. Romero interviewed scientists and other spiritual established artists such as Andy Warhol, and years later also Jeanne Ricketts at her chapel murals in Provence (France), in the pursuit of brain studies; building a theory on proving that art = survival and how its spirit can bring resilience and peace at all times.”
9 minutes for part 1.
by Claude Grunitzky Journalist, editor and entrepreneur. Editor-in-chief of the lifestyle publication TRACE, an international fashion and music title, and co-founder of the TRACE TV network. He runs TRUE, a transcultural think-tank and consultancy through a strategic partnership with leading network TBWA\Worldwide, and is often involved in organizing international cultural exhibitions and events.
"Enchanted Dances" By RAVEL played by Debra Maxine Trattner, Eze/Mer
on the Arab Spring by Jan Frydman, Attorney at Law and former Senior EC Official.
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We shall be screening exclusively for patrons, galleries, museums & curators.
FYI - Any production house could use it before specific movies which are screening. - It's also Museum & Gallery material to be screened together with some of the art-pieces mentioned in the film.