Kundalini is a sanskrit word meaning "coiled" or "circular", typically referring to a blissful orgasmic energy dormant within the physical body. The following is a series of animated paintings exploring Kundalini Tantra through sensual sacred-art renditions.
The object of art, is not the art. Does there exist a universal aesthetic such that the perceiver becomes the thing perceived? If so, there would arise an experience where subject and object collapse. This divisiveness of the subject and the object would be seen as an illusion, just as self is an illusion.
The mind, the wonderful mind, filters and abstracts, focuses and divides -- it creates perceptions and allows the existence of .things. to exists separate from everything else but in relation to everything else; this in turn creates a complicated web of relations; whereas the truth is supremely simple, all things, even the perceptions, are undivided and indivisible, all part of this one moment.
Visual representations of meditative states; expressing the noble eightfold path
Anatta, a Pali expression, refers to the concept of not-self and the illusionary notion of self as defined by "I" or "mine" -- these works depict visual metaphors representing the experience of anatta
This exhibit depicts scenes from Seoul (South Korea) and the universal theme of the struggle for identity.