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(PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Artist and Aleatoric Art Gallery creator J. Coleman Miller, along with artist and writer Ray Cabarga have produced the definitive volume on chance in contemporary fine art, "Aleatoric Art in the 21st Century". The book is available now at http://www.blurb.com/books/3857455
AleatoricArt.com is an online magazine and gallery devoted to showcasing the work of a select group of international artists, both emerging and established, who constitute a collective known as MAMAthe Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists. This movement pays tribute to the DADAists of the early 20th century among the many other artists throughout history who have bravely chosen to relinquish partial control of their creative processes to the hands of fate, the mandates of physics and the continuum of perpetual chaos which prevails over our universe by design.
By learning to value and preserve that which we can never own, to respond and yield to that which we can never predict, and to respect and trust that which we can never control, these 44 aleatoric artists inherit the mystical principle of acceptance. The creative process then becomes a cooperative collaboration with the immutable forces that govern the universe, and thus the aleatoric artist transcends the limitations of the mind and body, and reaches artistic plateaus previously thought to be unattainable.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10217936.htm.
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