Inter-dimensional Art is a form of Visionary Art, which seeks to represent or explore transcendent experience. It highlights the nexus between the sublime and the existential and contains elements of the metaphysical, and often qualities associated with altered states of consciousness.
Inter-dimensional art is an essentially pictorial or graphic art that claims to transcend the physical world and to describe an enlarged vision of consciousness including spiritual, mystical or based on such experiences. Inter-dimensional Art is primarily created on, but not limited to, the flat surfaces of a canvas. Through creative freedom, the artist uses a two dimensional surface to [visually] convey an unusual perception of depth, which consists of bold geometric structures and colors to explore spatial boundaries and higher dimensions of vibrancies along with spiritual, and planetary transformation through personal growth.
Inter-dimensional art is art that purports to transcend the physical world and portray a wider vision of awareness including spiritual or mystical themes, or is based in such experiences.
Inter-dimensional art often carries themes of spiritual, mystical or inner awareness. Despite this broad definition, there does seem to be emerging some definition to what constitutes the contemporary visionary art ‘scene’ and which artists can be considered especially influential. Symbolism, Cubism, Surrealism and Psychedelic art are also direct precursors to contemporary visionary art. All artists, whether confirmed or self-taught have and continue to create visionary worlds. Many visionary artists have engaged in spiritual practices and some draw inspiration from psychedelic experiences.
Unlike fantasy art, which includes illustrative works about dreams, horror and science fiction, what characterizes Inter-dimensional art is its abstraction: the artist expresses his inner landscape, a vision that goes beyond physical world and known and accepted forms. It’s hard to know where he starts and where he ends. The recognizable trends are all components of the fantastic, so the limit is blurry.
Despite this ambiguity, it seems to emerge from the definitions that encircle the contemporary “scene” of Inter-dimensional art. Symbolism, surrealism and psychedelic art are also among the direct precursors of visionary art.
Artists such as Amanda Sage, Kurt Redeker, Álvaro Robles G., and Olivia Kapoor, have made various successful attempts with their ability to portray Inter-dimensional Art with their use of tools such as pattern(s) of mathematic precision, textured figures and forms, as well as the [sometimes not so] subtle healing sensation of movement.
The trend of the modern visionary art itself is forming an international spread and outline as a means of new media as the Internet. And what kinds of artists are influential is gradually becoming evident. While postwar contemporary art such as abstract expressionism, minimalism, conceptual art, pop art has been widely publicized by upper class economic support and public museums, much of the trend of visionary art It is being supported by ordinary people. Artists continue to work to find new entry areas for public museums and publishing areas.
Contemporary artists regard European classical art, symbolism, surrealism, psychedelic art, etc. as their own precursors, claiming the artistic significance of visionary art.
Notable Inter-dimensional artists count Hilma af Klint, Hieronymous Bosch, William Blake, Morris Graves (of the Pacific Northwest School of Visionary Art), Emil Bisttram, and Gustave Moreau amongst their antecedents.
Origin of Visionary art beginning in the line of religious art and mystical art and the symbolism, transformed through the surrealism, now living Vienna’s school of fantastic realism, a certain revision of the relationship to the spiritual in art in general. This in itself is a new spiritual art, perhaps more of an individual religious practice than an art in its cultural and aesthetic sense. Visionary artists believe that this is the art of the next super-cycle, but already determined by the evolution of the individual and new communicative opportunities that easily overcome national borders and confessional areas of influence.
The most prominent modern representatives of the Vienna School, once remarked that, at about the same time, they suddenly formed a new world phenomenon.
In the late sixties, the movement of Fantastic Realism became international and formed a sort of parallel artistic world, although many artists changed their style, leaving for other societies, while others appeared coming from completely different movements.