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ISSUE 39 ISSN 2164-7771 WWW.FOKUS.ORG/INSIGHT


Atiba T. Edwards

Founder & Chief Curator

Atiba is an engineer focused on making and connecting creative people, nodes, networks and moments.

Allison Maritza Lasky Curator

Allison believes that children are the best artists—they are individual universes of infinite creativity.

JoLillian "Jozi" Zwerdling Curator

Jozi finds inspiration in those who understand timelessness and travel in alternate dimensions.

FOKUS is celebrating 10 years of increasing access to the arts!

Contributors

Achraf Baznani / Brian Convery Artist / Madi Dangerously / Christian Ericson / Dasic FernĂĄndez / Jordan Kifer / Allison Maritza Lasky / Quincy Leon / Veronica Lo Faso / Jacqui Martinez / Evan O'Dea / Paolo Pedini / Oakiiedoe / Sarah Rosado / Lisa Samick / s.e.a. / Keisha Williams INSIGHT Magazine showcases and archives emerging contemporary artists from all art disciplines. FOKUS produces this magazine to provide insight into people who are creating art, traditional and non-traditional, in their own way.

Questions, comments and submission inquiries can be sent to insightsubmit@gmail.com INSIGHT magazine is published by FOKUS, Inc. To view back issues, visit www.fokus.org/insight All rights reserved on entire contents. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. The opinions expressed in this magazine are those of the contributors and not necessarily shared by the INSIGHT staff or FOKUS, Inc.


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4 Evan O'Dea untitled 5 Christian Ericson Patience 6 Madi Dangerously ...dreams of futures past 7 Madi Dangerously Don't Be Boring 8 Madi Dangerously Field of Dreams 10 Madi Dangerously Rays of Light 12 s.e.a. Surrender No. 1 14 s.e.a. Surrender No. 3 16 s.e.a. Surrender No. 2 17 Jordan Kifer PYM 18 Allison Maritza Lasky Brooklyn.Blood 20 Keisha Williams Finally 21 Lisa Samick Pot of Gold 22 Veronica Lo Faso It's All About the Sparkle 24 Brian Convery Artist abstraction of a thing 25 Brian Convery Artist flight inducing cupcakes 26 Brian Convery Artist love triangles 28 Brian Convery Artist opera 29 Sarah Rosado Creation 28 30 Sarah Rosado Creation 38 30 Sarah Rosado Creation 51 31 Sarah Rosado Creation 79 31 Sarah Rosado Creation 77 32 Allison Maritza Lasky Little Woman 33 Allison Maritza Lasky Little Man 34 Achraf Baznani The Kind Inside of Me 35 Achraf Baznani Book Is Candle 36 Achraf Baznani Memories 37 Achraf Baznani My Favorite Song 38 Achraf Baznani With Love 40 Jacqui Martinez Kingdom Cush 42 Jacqui Martinez Listen 43 Jacqui Martinez Get It Girl 44 Quincy Leon Wonder Wheel 45 Quincy Leon Noel 45 Quincy Leon Sneakers 46 Oakiiedoe Brooklyn 3EB 47 Oakiiedoe braile 48 Dasic Fernández Hand of Protest 49 Dasic Fernández Family 50 Dasic Fernández From Yemen to Hamtramck 52 Dasic Fernández Untitled 53 Dasic Fernández Bellas Artes de Chile 54 Dasic Fernández Untitled 56 Dasic Fernández Untitled 58 Dasic Fernández Daughter of the Stars


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Letter from the Curator by Allison Maritza Lasky "The brain communicates with itself by sending out chemical information from one neuron, or nerve cell to another... generating movement, speaking, thinking, listening, regulating the systems of the body, and countless others."* The science of living is absolutely fascinating to me. I am transfixed sometimes noticing others' emotions/responses, regardless if they are a passerby or loved one. With such functionality comes brightness - the gift of 'being.' It was only when my Mamoa (mom's mom), became a victim of Alzheimer's that I begun to understand how fast the color gray took over her life as her mind was unable to communicate properly. To maintain color in her world, we used bright materials in daily projects to keep her engaged. The night before she flittered off into eternity, I remember how bright her eyes were - royal blue with hints of mint and brown. They'd never been so powerful in the years her neurons had failed her. A few months later my birthday rolled around, and my mom handed me a gift that Mamoa had picked out for me. It was a pair of gray boots with a hot pink and slate striped pattern on the interior. Hot pink became the color that allowed Mamoa's and my neurons to continue to connect - out of her bright blue eyes and that hot pink lining - the neon was a part of me. While this is just one story of my neon experience, 'feeling neon' can absolutely range from anywhere within the self; a response to a painful conversation, a burst of aggressive emotion, a first time, a victory - the moments that our brains toss chemical glitter into our bodies, and we are able to feel/respond/emote. To the submitting artists, THANK YOU for sharing your neon with me, with us, with the world. To our readers, I hope you continue to find your neon - as it truly is who we all are... now... and forever. to Mamoa, to You & to Neon ~ Allison Maritza * from The Health Science Forum, Nov. 22, 2013

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Ancient Astronaut by Paolo Pedini My work is exploration painting and collages techniques. Each piece starts off spontaneously by creating background colors and patterns, later adding foreground figures that are a stark contrast to previous layers. More elements like spray painting stencil work are added to further the interactions between layers.

Paolo Pedini is a Detroit-based artist who uses modern art ideas and techniques and mixing them with the ancient and classical figures. Currently on display at Red Bull House of Art Detroit. www.facebook.com/paolo.pedini and on Instagram @paolo_pedini INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 3


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by Evan O'Dea

Evan is a 2nd year medical student at Weill Cornell Medical College. Evan seeks creativity in medicine through his own visual art and anatomic studies. 4 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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patience

by Christian Ericson

i woke up in a gau box adorned by sardonyx and sapphire encased in sterling silver and copper between lodestones two i slept magnetic incubating in iron shot wax cocoons me beneath this shell soft air shapes characters to navigate around my chest against my flanks between my fingers below my waist a sinuous wick from my lips roric with oils damp and lambent with fragrance i’m dried ginger and cinnamon saffron in a bath of violet succumb to the moisture on my cheek through juniper berries i awake anointed by your sight

Christian Ericson was born in San Francisco, and grown in New England. He has read out at the KGB Bar, Bowery Poetry Club, and other NYC venues. He also is a visual artist & designer whose work has been shown internationally. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 5


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...dreams of futures past by Madi Dangerously her name in lights she said is how she saw it that night in that dream of hers Flash forward to a stage where she stood Receiving infinite light of the world Praise. Applause. But, for what.. she wasn't sure "...For me?? " She wondered Yes.. Yes ".....FOR ME!!!!" She accepted.

Don't be boring, 2014.

MADI DANGEROUSLY (MARIAMA RAFETNA) is a Brooklyn writer, artist and photographer with a focus on capturing and exhibiting moments of Love in its many forms. www.Rawartists.Org/madidangerously 6 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Surrender No. 1 by s.e.a.

This particular piece is an exploration of boundaries, and how the act of surrendering inside the boundaries of intimacy is actually liberation. 12 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Surrender #2 Suzanne E. Abramson (s.e.a.), is a photographer and artist whose work explores the dynamics of sexuality and fetishism and its relationship to intimacy, pushing boundaries and capturing moments of beauty. She lives and works in Brooklyn. 16 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Protect Your Magic by Jordan Kifer

The spontaneous brainchild of fellow Harlem-dweller Fadia Kader, “Protect Your Magic” gently reminds us to trust what we offer to the universe and in turn, what it offers us. To remain curious as we grow older and experience more of the world is electric. Our magic shines out, like neon lights at the corner store. Jordan is currently living and loving in NYC. She believes that following one’s passion leads us to the right places and people. Art is serendipity. www.letsbehonestnyc.tumblr.com INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 17


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Brooklyn.Blood

by Allison Maritza Lasky

Having been born in Medellin, Colombia and raised in Brooklyn, NY; I constantly feel an inner tug between how I am supposed to identify myself, where I fit in the global context and how people see me without knowing where I'm from. Someone once told me that my "blood runs yellow, blue & red, but [my] veins are a maze of train tracks" - a seemingly simple marriage of my cores, a bargain between hometowns. I took this photo in an attempt to catch the sunset, nothing more. What I found, however, was that this mechanical/natural image of a link between my worlds became almost anatomical, internal - the tracks as veins, the light touching the beginning and infinite possibility of where I've been and where I'm going. This duality (amid other juxtapositions) brought a moment of clarity to my soul: my very own neon.

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Finally

by Keisha Williams

Finally, 2014. 24in. x 36in., Gouche.

This piece is real personal to me. It's about really finding your place, having that A-HA moment!!! Having that wonderful feeling when you hear your favorite song, just feeling colorful and bright. Just loving who you are and where you are and you will do anything to stay there.

Keisha Williams is a self taught abstract painter from Brooklyn, New York. She started "SoulMama Paintings" in 2010 and is super inspired to take her art career to new heights. "Painting is my life!" 20 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Pot of Gold

by Lisa Samick

I'm all about finding joy in the little moments. I took this photo at LaGuardia Airport - 1 minute it was pouring rain and then we turned around and saw something so beautiful. The picture doesn't even do it justice. Neon = being bold and standing out; just like Jenna! Lisa Samick is an awesome mom to her almost-4-yr old daughter, Jenna, passionate about doing the right thing, being honest and an advocate for breast cancer awareness. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 21


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It's All About The Sparkle by Dr. Veronica Lo Faso

So let me tell you about my week. It was, on the surface, like many of my Mondays - full of frantic phone calls laden with the entire range of human experiences. There was sadness, joy, loneliness, death and, of course, the usual colds. I should tell you, that I’m a doctor and I care for the elderly. I also make medical house calls in Manhattan - something that gives me great satisfaction. But in many ways this week was anything but ordinary because after years of studying science and medicine I finally figured it out. You know the meaning of life. It’s all about the sparkle. Let me step back and explain. I got a call this week from Jerry. His aunt is ninety-nine years old and one of my home bound patients. “Doctor?” “Yes Jerry. How can I help you?” “It’s my Aunt Edna. I think she’s dying.” “Oh,” I say wishing something more brilliant had sprung to mind. “Tell me about what’s going on.” And he does. As he recounts the events of the last few days, my mind wanders to last months’ visit with Edna. “Hi, Edna. How are you?” She looks up from the bed (where she spends most of her time these days) and, from a face that screams to be photographed, shine the brightest blue eyes I’ve ever seen. They sparkle like sapphires. She smiles and says, “I’m the same -only worse.” And she was right. We laugh and wonder at her 100th birthday coming up this sum¬mer. I depart, very cognizant that each time may be the last time I see this extraordinary woman. She looks up and those eyes keep shining. What is it, I wonder, that keeps her going, fighting the debility and isolation. Where does that strength come from? I marvel at it each time I’m with her. “So there’s a slight fever, huh?” I ask Jerry. “Yes, she has had bladder infections,” I say. “Yes, I know she doesn’t want the hospital. Let’s try an antibiotic.” I hang up, and worry. And wonder if her eyes are open. Meanwhile across town, Pearl has taken to bed. “What do you mean?” I ask her concerned brother. “I don’t know, she’s just stopped eating and won’t get up.” “I’ll be over.” And I go. In the cab over, I think about my time with Pearl - almost 4 years now. Despite many an impediment, she still insisted on going out every day to the store at age ninety - five and was mad that her legs wouldn’t hold up for more shopping. Bingo every day - the belle of her senior living facility. Oh yes - and eyes that twinkled like stars. “Pearl, can you tell me what’s wrong?” I ask furtively. She looks up from a wheelchair. The face is expressionless. The eyes dull. “I’m tired." she says. And I knew she meant more. Her exam was unrevealing as were her blood tests. It was as if the life had been sucked out of her. “Do you want to go to the hospital?” “Absolutely not!” “Is there anything I can do for you?” I ask, hoping I could make some small contribution. “Just let me be” “Are you feeling depressed? ” I ask, almost choking on the words that felt so clinical at such a poignant moment. She managed a smile. 22 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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“Depressed? How would you feel at 97 with all my problems? I’ve lived a good life. Everybody loves me. That’s enough.” The truth is I didn’t know how she felt. But I did know that the end was near. And I was right. She lasted only a few weeks. For years my colleagues and I have wondered at the varied responses patients have to illness, aging and death. What kept some people vibrant and well into their ninth decades and why could some, much younger, barely tolerate a hangnail. So many great scholars have touted methods of predicting longevity and postulating about outcomes. How long will she live? When should I expect to see decline? I too have succumbed to testing every possible cause for decline, both physical and psychiatric, often throwing my hands up in frustration when nothing tangible is found. Maybe I should have just looked into their eyes. The Chinese would call it the Qi, I guess. The Christians, perhaps the soul. Me, I call it the sparkle. I got a call from Jerry later in the week. Edna was up eating and reading the NY Times. “Oh, I said… Great.” And suddenly, my sparkle was back.

Dr. Lo Faso is an Associate Professor and Geriatrician at Weill Cornell Medical Center in NYC. While her foremost first loves are friends, family and travel, she always keeps her heart on her sleeve for all who walk into her life, especially her patients! INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 23


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Fluorescent

by Brian Convery Artist

abstraction of a thing, 2013. Neon paint on t-shirt.

Recently I've been involved in more and more fluorescent events, Crazy House NYC in particular. I'm an oil painter and I've had the pleasure of translating my over 9 years in oil painting skills to the fluorescent palette. It's been a fun challenge to work with these black-light at night as I find myself doing neon-touch up the next day in the sunshine. It's a funny feeing and an interesting and unexpected evolution turn in my art journey. Brian paints live oils at hotspot lounges since 2013. His church art is influenced by The Renaissance, Nintendo and comics. It has been described as his vampy underworld. www.facebook.com/bcoils

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flight inducing cupcakes, 2013. 15in. x 30in., Oil on canvas. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 25


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love triangles, 2013. 16in. x 20in., Oil on canvas. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 27


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opera, 2013. 18in. x 24in., Oil on canvas. 28 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Dirty Little Secrets by Sarah Rosado

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The title of my project is "Dirty Little Secrets." I am always looking at other artist's work online and was impressed by many works that include images created with food, flowers and other objects. This motivated me to come up with my own ideas and create images using dirt. I have not seen this before and felt it would be challenging for me to come up with an idea to shape dirt into everyday objects and accessorize it to create a 3-D effect. Each image has it's own meaning. Viewers can decide what they really see and what it means to them individually. Who knows, they may find some "dirty" little secrets. Sarah Rosado is an Illustrator and Photographer from New York. www.sr-artwork.com

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Little Woman

by Allison Martiza Lasky

I love holding my grandma's hand. The first photo was taken on a surprise vacation to the Bahamas sprung on my 88 year-old grandma by my 36 year-old cousin. Unable to attend, I fell in love with the photos from the trip, especially this one, of my grandma (sans-walker, cane or wheelchair), in bathing suit, sarong and sandals, holding hands with my cousin. It has become an iconic image of her - independent, strong, bright and beautiful. 32 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Little Man

by Allison Martiza Lasky

I snuck this snapshot of a grandfather with his grandson at LaGuardia airport. I was taking an early morning flight and happened to notice that I was significantly more exhausted than this proud 'pappy,' who with a cane, was managing to keep his tyke of a grandson entertained while awaiting to board our flight. Watching them chase each other, the grandson wheeling his pappy, and pappy scooping up the youngster in his arms, reminded me that age isn't anything but a number, and moments like these are to be cherished beyond the moment. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 33


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The Kind Inside of Me by Achraf Baznani

I am still a child. We all are, after all. It’s just that for a good number of decades we may have neglected our childish nature.

Moroccan photographer and filmmaker Achraf Baznani carries on the traditions of Surrealism with his wild, imaginative, and wholly impractical imagery. Among his inventive scenarios, small human figures -often the artist himself- appear trapped within glass jars or the size of a camera lens; Baznani’s art offers a Surrealistic take on life experience in the digital age. A self-taught artist, Baznani has no formal photography education. http://www.baznani.com/ 34 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Book Is Candle

The idea of ​​this photo shows the importance of reading. Reading enables the mind to think over objects of interest, which enable a person in making informed decisions, its food for the soul. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 35


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Memories

This photo show my bad memories. Bad memories are not only part of our conscious mind, they also leave a trace in our unconscious.

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My Favorite Song

This is one of my favorite compositions, an abandoned place and an old cassette tape untitled, each of us has his favorite song.

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‘With Love’ shows a man with open hands, and it seems that he is holding a cup up in the air without touching it. Steam is coming out of this cup, and it is forming a heart shape. It is certainly an innovative and surreal way of sending love! This magical way of depicting a love message has a touch of mystery and supernatural. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 39


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by Jacqui Martinez

My work explores subjects that have an inner light which many don't see because of classism, environment and choice. Why is it that when we walk by someone, it's hard to acknowledge their presence? But somehow we still see them from the corner of our eyes. Nothing really escapes us from seeing each other. What does escape is the memory of that subject, which is where I come in and paint it. I remember people's faces as I'd like to paint them. The piece titled "Get it Girl" was a homeless womyn getting down with her keyboard in Downtown LA. I saw her like I painted her. Like a rockstar. A funky hat and a torn dress BUT if you blink, then maybe she headlined a big stage with lights and applause. As artists, our interpretations are valuable. We lay on the foundation of observation and my responsibility is to not only create, but make substantial imagery that sparks the conversation to practice change and justice. Seeing each other is the first step. 40 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Kingdom Kush, 2013. 24in. x 48in. Acrylic on Wood.

Jacqui Martinez is a Honduran visual artist and educator from Los Angeles. Jacqui has also painted murals and facilitated art/ theater workshops in Los Angeles CA, San Francisco CA, Santa Cruz CA, New York, Mexico City and Arusha Tanzania. INSIGHT MAGAZINE | 41


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LISTEN, 2014. 15in. x 24in., Acrylic on Wood. 42 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Inner Bright

by Quincy Leon

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I always felt like a piece of me was missing. I kept waiting for my calling. I spent countless nights staring at the moon, wondering where life was going to take me and who God was going to bring into my life. When I met my boyfriend Joel, little did I know that my world was about to change. I quickly became pregnant and although I was scared about my choices, I knew that loving Joel and bringing our son, Noel, into this world was right. My life brightened up as my belly grew. My "-el" boys, brought the sunshine and colors into my life, letting me know I wouldn't have to face the darkness anymore - colors that continue to make my world so vibrant, energetic, and neon! Puerto Rican, born and raised in Brooklyn, daughter, sister, friend, lover, mommy. She works at Weill Cornell Medical Center as a Fellowship Coordinator in the Div. of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine. 44 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Brooklyn 3EB by Oakiiedoe

I made this piece due to my love for Brooklyn. It's a crafted art piece of our Brooklyn bridge named Brooklyn 3EB with its letters written in optical illusion.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Oakiiedoe is a Graphic and Hand Crafted Artist as well a designer who is very passionate about his craft and desire to share with the world. www.oakiiedoe.wordpress.com 46 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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This is a portrait attributed to the blind. This art piece is crafted in Braille and it reads "Seeing is believing" - which is still make possible with just one touch.

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The State of the Cosmos by Dasic Fernรกndez

Hand of Protest. Spraypaint on wall, 40ft. x 32ft. Brooklyn NYC.

Dasic is an artist from Santiago who plays with impressive three-dimensional effects. Expressive portraits made of dots and amazingly accurate but also objects and characters in movement and colors escaping walls to spill onto sidewalks. One could see in his art as representations of the cosmos, where we would merely be colored stardust waiting to escape. www.dasic.blogspot.com 48 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Family. Spraypaint on wood, 8 ft. x ft.

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From Yemen to Hamtramck. Spraypaint on wall, 20ft. x 80ft. Hamtramck, Michigan. 50 | INSIGHT MAGAZINE


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Untitled. Spray paint on wood, 8ft. x 8ft.

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Bellas Artes de Chile. Spraypaint on brick wall, 40ft. x 25ft. Brooklyn, NY.

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Untitled. Acrylic paint on canvas, 36in. x 48in.

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INSIGHT magazine's next theme is:

"Futurism" We want to share your art with other! send it to: insightsubmit@gmail.com

INSIGHT Themes for 2014 Gratitude (March) Evolution (June) Neon (September) Futurism (December)

This is a sensitive time on our planet. We are at present on the cusp between our histories and the possibilities for ways we could influence our futures, through our treatment of everyone and thing living here. We determine a discipline of futurism through our visions, journeys and conceptions of time. To many, time is not seen as linear, but as cyclical or round. Futurism can be reincarnation, aliens, parallel worlds, time travel, a return to our origins of stardust. Show us what you interpret it to represent in your life.

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