First we had story telling it is apparent that early cave paintings were viewed in association with a narrative.
It is a known fact that a tribes or nations history became important to common people to see where they came from to help them plot their way forward.
Humans who have set about creating a future for themselves have done it from a position of knowing their place in history. In order to influence others theatre, oratory and visual image were all employed.
The turn of the 20th century saw the development of film which became firstly Movies then TV and as the century closed we had the internet, mobile phones and digital image storage. Each step along the way art followed painting and photography gave way to computer generated visual arts, amplification of instruments turned into computer generated music, film became tape, became hard disk then video on card.
Post World War 2 the arts have pointed out the realities of our existence and the escapism of pre-war films quickly died out. Kitchen sink dramas of the early sixties wiped out class along with the politics of social position - in a world where a nuclear bomb on an ICBM failed to discriminate between King and shop assistant it was impossible to state superiority by place of birth.
Towards the end of the last century the arts became a fight against the move by the average person the having cameras, videos and computers creating their own art it became even more an 'experience' .... the best of which was a glass box set outside the gallery where a person could use the toilet surrounded by passers-bye but they could not see in but it was a glass wall to the occupant.
We have created a new art-form. We don't expect tv to exist in ten years time, the internet is already taking up more entertainment time but the mobile phone with a built in screen with more definition than tv is the obvious next entertainer.
For the first time in scientific testing its been proven that time leaks.
Yes the future is already there - so now we know....
Elements of time can be accessed by emotion.
Our art form is call iPush Time-Alternation. We tell very well research stories about historic events in actual time. To explain - it is best we take an example: Sink Bismarck. It begins with Bismarck leaving port told in first person as if on the battleship. Each day the phone gives you a push and then a first person update - because it remains true to the time scales of war pushes will come at night as planes leave for battle or morning as action stations is called. Its a throw back story ie you don't have access to modern research - you know what they knew. It is told over 8 days, it uses only drawings and voiceovers - every bit is our work.
As with all art the is a greater intent than simple pictures and words - because it fits a true to life pattern the anxiety and passion become involved. Through this we hope to interface with the reality of the peoples of the time with the intention of letting them know how badly things have gone. If we influence many millions from the past into understanding what went wrong we strongly believe we can change our present by effecting our past.
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