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Integral art can be variously defined as art that reaches across multiple quadrants and levels, that transcends and includes all limited forms, interpretations, or perspectives, as the belief that every human being is creative and that art is integral to all human endeavours, or simply as art that was created by someone who thinks or acts in an integral way.
A problem of definition
There is no one form of integral art, and although the term is most commonly applied in the Wilberian context, it is in no way limited to that paradigm or organisation. Integral art may equally derive from integral teachers like Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, or other integral thinkers, or simply developed integral art independently.
As with Integral thought in general, any list of Integral artists will be controversial.
Integral artists influenced by Ken Wilber
- Michael Garfield (b. 1984) is a songwriter, painter, and essayist once associated with Integral Institute as a member of Ken Wilber's editorial team and as a featured performer at Integral Naked. Multi-perspectivism characterizes his work in all media. He has interviewed Ken at length about integral art.
- Donna Willard-Moore (b. 1954) is a fine artist whose work includes the collection Angels & Demons (2008) focuses on Integral Archetypes.
Other Integral artists
- Integral Art & Media Center
- Integral Art - Johannes Wallmann
- Alchemies of the TransVisible - Elle Nicolai
- School of Integral Art
- Integrally-inspired paintings by Adam Scott Miller
- 75-minute interview with Ken Wilber on Integral Art
- http://www.spiritualdirection.org/Meditation-Art-Paintings.htm - Integral Art by Ariosto Coelho