Art Gallery: Crossing Lines by Michael Bergt
July 20, 2010 22:23
Art Gallery: Crossing Lines
by Michael Bergt
interview with Ken Wilber
The co-creator of Avatar: The Last Airbender, one of the most entertaining—and enlightening—animated shows on TV today (and recently made into a blockbuster movie) shares the story behind Avatar, and why working on Family Guy just wasn't enough….
In this multimedia presentation, Michael and Ken discuss more than a dozen individual pieces in remarkable detail, taking us on a fascinating tour through the many stages of Michael's work—which he identifies as:
- Early Works (Instinctual and Elemental)
- Life Cycle/Religion (Mythic and Conformist)
- Odysseys/Journeys (Trial and Discovery)
- Perception/Projection (Self-Portraits and Women)
- Integration/Transpersonal (All One/Non-Dual)
And don't miss the special half-hour interview between Michael and Ken, where they discuss why some viewers of art just seem to immediately "get it", why others don't and how an integral approach can help us make sense of it all.
Whether you are a newcomer to integral theory and practice or a seasoned practitioner, this gallery will greatly deepen your understanding and appreciation of both Michael's art and the integral vision itself—helping you to see more depth and more beauty wherever you happen to look.