Tuesday, April 8, 2008

The Calabi-Yau Manifold

The Calabi-Yau Manifold represents the extra six dimensions neccesary for the motion of String Theory. The added dimensions are represented by the use / interaction of color.

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Interested in Quantum Physics?

One of the most successful documentaries of all time, What the Bleep Do We Know, first released in 2004, deals specifically with the ideas surrounding String Theory and the Cubist pursuit of representing fragmented reality. For those of you who would like to know more about the science behind the artistry, check out the website and film at </">www.whatthebleep.com> It's a must-see!

Bruce Schneier and Surveillance

Hey folks, check this out! Bruce Schneier's website is the embodiment of Modern Cubism. He has gathered thousands of pages of information on surveillance and tracking techniques and regularly posts updates on government surveillance policies. Located on his site is a link to Hasan Elahi's site. Elahi is a conceptual Cubist artist who, after being apprehended by the FBI, has begun tracking his movements everywhere through surveillance systems. The public can visit his site at any time on any day and view where he is at that moment in time.

Website: www.schneier.com

Cubism on Surveillance

Many of our ideas as Neo- Cubists invlove interpretation of the world through surveillance equipment and technology. It has come to our attention that people don't like this. They have said that we are infringing on their natural rights and freedoms all for the sake of art. So we ask you for your opinions. Are your rights so important that you would regect "art" that is attempting to understand the very universe and the very Time that we exist in? Is vanity more important than comprehension? Or would you rather go about your "free" lives and never understand?

Introducing the Cubist Masters

Unquestionably, our greatest influence as a group lies with the works of Pablo Picasso and George Braque. They are the forefathers of Cubism, and it is in the same spirit that we wish to convey the 21st century ideal of multi-representative art. If you haven't already, we invite you to check out our short history of Cubism featured below in our Manifesto.

For further reading, check out: http://www.artlex.com/

Fruit Dish and Glass

Still Life with Chair Caning

Juan Gris

Henri Laurens

Otto Gutfreund

Jacques Lipchitz