IRINA MIROSHNIK. THE SYNESTHETIC COMPOSITION "MUSIC OF BEAUTY"
A Synesthetic composition (from the Greek. synáisthēsis — conjoining and from lat. compositio) is the process and result of selective cross-modal coordination of complementary art images.
Creating simultaneous (from the French. simultane) images of art in synesthetic compositions is a new trend personalistic culture of the future — the Synaesthetic Simultanism. The Synesthetic simultanism is based on the laws and principles of the Coordinational paradigm of development (CPD) as the General scientific theory of coordination, alternative dialectics and metaphysics.
The Simultaneous synaesthetic image "Music of beauty", created by Irina Miroshnik for synesthetic music therapy, combines the complementary and coordinated art images: painting — the painting "Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli and music — "Primary Ocean Music" by Irina Miroshnik.
In accordance with the Coordinational Psychology of Development (the Law of the chiasm and its conversion) with the simultaneous perception of two complementary intermodal artistic images, included in the synaesthetic composition, there is an effect of their crossing and conversion. Each of the complementary images, which fits together as the key fits the lock, as if searching for and finding in the other what itself lacks to the whole.
And if You have developed creative coordinational ability, in the process of synesthetic music therapy with admiration You will feel that, perceiving one of the complementary images included in the synaesthetic composition, for example, "Primary Ocean Music" by Irina Miroschnik, You involuntarily will represent internally the picture of Botticelli's "Birth of Venus", although in reality, at this point in time It is absent and Vice versa, seeing a picture of Botticelli's "Birth of Venus", You'll hear simultaneous inner hearing "The Primary Ocean Music" (without external sound).
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