Narration of the imaginary

The author, a former technology and operations executive, had an epiphany after meeting a storyteller, realizing the power and importance of sharing personal narratives. He decided to incorporate storytelling into every aspect of his life, asserting that every art piece must tell a story. This shift of perspective led him on a continuous journey exploring creativity, desire, and imagination.

Diffraction of the mind

The post considers how ideas are transferred between human minds, likening it to the diffraction of light or waves. It focuses particularly on how artistic creations, whether realistic or abstract, are subject to individual interpretation; these diffractions, as termed by Arnaud, may vary in intensity depending on the observer’s mind.

The resonance of desire

The concept of feeling, as discussed by Hegel, is crucial in art, acting as a trigger for aesthetic pleasure. Art resonates with viewers through sensory engagement, generating varying feelings. Arnaud Quercy explores this by manipulating frequencies in his music, alternately evoking harmony and dissonance, and beauty and ugliness. This plays with the listener’s senses, creating a ‘resonance of desire’ when they connect with the art.