Yutaka Matsuzawa: Quantum Art Manifesto 1988

Yutaka Matsuzawa: Quantum Art Manifesto 1988

L'artista giapponese Yusawa Marsuhana  (1922- 2006 ) , e' riconosciuto come il fondatore dell' Arte Quantistica per la  quale ha scritto il Manifesto dell'arte quantistica  <".Quantum Art Manifesto 1988" ,  Written in 23 pages and presented at the Wewerka Galerie in Berlino
Y. Matsuzama rimase ossessionato dal bombardamento atomico di Hiroshima e Nagasaki in Giappone, pertanto  ritenne che solo l' arte quantistica nuovamente all’annientamento". Egli ammoniva : “All human beings ! Let’s vanisch !” , ed ancora afferma se non cambiamo la nostra cultura di una scienza asservita alla economia “All vanishes someday and is reduced to nothing”.
Egli pertanto si impegno’ attivamente a realizzare una strategia per la quale l’arte in ogni sua forma esprimessero la potenzialita creativa finalizzata ad esplorare realtà alternative capaci di connettere simultaneamente nella espressione artistica , “energia materia ed energia vitale” integrando le conoscenze più avanzate della psicologia con la evoluzione concettuale della fisica quantistica.
Yutaka Matsuzawa, assieme a Henry Flynt svilupparono a tal proposito un programma del  ‘Quantum Art Movement’ sul tema : “Art meets Science and Spirituality in a changing Economy Program” at the Fodor Museum in Amsterdam in 1990. Tale programma.  la cui aspettativa principale si concentrava nel presagire che Quantum Art, quale arte concettuale innovativa, avrebbe avuto in futuro il compito di generare un grande mutamento evolutivo proprio del secondo millennio, capace di sopravanzare la stagnazione economico-cognitiva e la deteriorazione culturale dell’arte contemporanea
L’ arte quantistica QAGI fondata in Italia da Roberto Denti (2010) e promossa da EGOCREANET, in vero non risente direttamente dello shock atomico vissuto da Yutaka Matsuzawa, ma certamente ritrova,(facendo riferimento ad alcuni tratti del “Manifesto dell’arte quantistica del 1988”), una profonda simbiosi concettuale tesa a generare l’ auspicato “Paradigm Shift “ come il prodotto da una integrazione trans-disciplinare tra arte , scienza e cultura contemporanea, in modo tale che , da una minoranza intellettuale avanzata,il movimento Italiano di QAGI possa divenire una prospettiva democraticamente e culturalmente ed internazionalmente acquisita dalle masse , capaci ormai di interagire in sistemi di “world wide interactive communication technology della “Realta Aumentata” , per condividere un nuovo destino ecologico sociale ed eco-economico del mondo in cui viviamo. Di quanto sopra ed di altre tematiche discuteremo in occasione della “Conferenza QAGI/EGOCREANET 2012” . c/o la Provincia di Firenze in data 14 Dicembre 2012.
BIBLIO ON LINE on the founder  of Quantum Art.Yutaka Matsuzawa
http://www.louwrienwijers.nl/images/MatsuWeb6_6_07.pdf
http://www.henryflynt.org
http://www.moma.org/collection/artist.php?artist_id=32795
ENGLISH translation :
Yutaka Matsuzawa "Quantum Art Manifesto 1988"
Notes Paul Manzelli <pmamzelli.lre@gmail.com>
The 'Japanese artist Yusawa Marsuhana (1922 - 2006), recognized as the founder of the 'Art Quantum for which he wrote the Manifesto of' quantum art . <Quantum Art Manifesto 1988 "Written in 23 pages and presented at the Wewerka Galerie in Berlin>
Y. Matsuzama remained obsessed with the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, therefore, believed that only the 'Quantum Art”, conceptually conceived as a renewal of the scientific-economic paradigm, could prevent from the idea : "the world came from nothing' s man bring him back again annihilation ". He warned: "All human beings! Let's vanisch ", and even says if we do not change our culture of science subservient to the economy" All vanishes someday and is reduced to nothing. "
He therefore committed actively to implement a strategy for that art in all its forms to express the creative potential aimed to explore alternative realities able to connect simultaneously in artistic performances, "energy matter and life energy" integrating knowledge of the most advanced psychology with the conceptual evolution of quantum physics.
Yutaka Matsuzawa, with Henry Flynt developed in this regard a program of 'Quantum Art Movement' on "Art meets Science and Spirituality in a changing Economy Program" at the Fodor Museum in Amsterdam in 1990. This program. whose main expectation was concentrated in predicting that “Quantum Art”, as future conceptual innovative art would have the task of generating a great evolutionary change, just in the second millennium, capable of going beyond the economic stagnation and the deterioration of cognitive-cultural contemporary art
The movement QAGI, founded in Italy by Roberto Denti (2010) and promoted by EGOCREANET, indeed is no more directly affected by the atomic-bomb shock experienced by atomic Yutaka Matsuzawa, but certainly found, (by reference to certain sections of the "Manifesto of quantum 1988 "), a symbiosis to those concepts aiming to generate a so called" Paradigm Shift "as the product of a trans-disciplinary integration between “art, science and contemporary culture” .
This mean to develop a “Quantum Art” program in such a way that a minority of intellectual advanced Italian -movement- QAGI will be developed in a international perspective that may become a democratic and culturally acquired strategy by the masses, now capable of interacting systems "world wide interactive communication technology of" Augmented Reality ", this in order to share a new social and economic destiny ecological-economic world in which we live.
This debate about foregoing and other topics will be discussed at the "Conference QAGI / EGOCREANET 2012." c / o Province of Florence on December 14, 2012.
BIBLIO ON LINE on the founder of Quantum Art.Yutaka Matsuzawa
http://www.louwrienwijers.nl/images/MatsuWeb6_6_07.pdf
http://www.henryflynt.org
http://www.moma.org/collection/artist.php?artist_id=32795