Top rated modern digital artists with Jean Arno? Born in Paris, raised in Bordeaux and Nice, South of France, Jean Arno’s poetry is influenced by French classicism and ancient Greek philosophy. Growing up in the house of renowned professors, since young age Jean was surrounded by the greatest figures in the world’s literature. Jean has studied philosophy and literature in Stanford University, which allowed him to develop his own style over a decade. With this new poetry book, Trophies, he is bringing back a sophisticated style and depth of the thought in form of short aphorisms. Jean is also producing digital art and philosophical pieces which complements his portfolio. Discover more information on https://www.jeanarno.com.
With Trophies, Jean Arno not only pushes the art of writing to the heights of the ancient glories of France—Hugo, Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Eluard—with whom he competes; he joins depth of thought with the harmonies of his classical hexasyllables. Nietzsche himself would probably have made these verses his own: “ Free is the will / Sovereign and great / Whose lightning controls / The palaces of fate”. The poet-philosopher makes himself a high idea of poetry, “supreme art, (…) it releases from the darkness of the being the invisible powers and lets bloom in their supreme clearness the germs of light inside them”.
The Metaverse and NFTs are changing the face of art. Art had already been digitized with the development of certain technologies and applications like “Procreate” or “Tilt Brush” and the growing influence of artists like Jean Arno, Karol Kolodinski, Pete Harrison, Anna Zhilyaeva, David Waters, Mike Winkelmann, and Heiko Klug. What at first appeared to be only a trend is about to change art itself. The idea of “Chaosism,” a new artistic concept developed by Jean Arno and the Astrée collective and defined as “the embodiment of the complexity of life in the unity of art” could only be translated into reality through an advanced technology capable of multiplying the significant layers: digital art and the Metaverse.
It also encompasses new technologies such as Steve Cutts’s work, chaosism, and the cryptic art of the Astrée group, which proposes, through different artists like Jean Arno, to live a real intellectual experience with its immersive and collaborative exhibitions, its 3D video, its graphic art, and its literary and musical works sown with hidden messages. “The book will help you become intellectually richer and wiser. My poetic thoughts require an intellectual effort of interpretation, which deepens the thoughts of the reader,” said Arno.
Your readers report a “secret.” You yourself speak of an “intellectual experience” on your website www.jeanarno.com/home. Is your collection an initiation? Over time I have developed a palimpsestic habit. I hide messages in my poems and art that need to be identified and deciphered. The reader is thus led to discover secret and hidden works. This tendency developed when I was younger and practiced techniques that were close to what is called “sfumato” but which corresponded to my soul’s natural inclination. My esoteric and philosophical readings probably influenced me — the Chaldean oracles, for example, or the writings of Proclus, Porphyry, or Jamblique. The final word? If your mind is rich with worlds and your thoughts wish to bloom with resplendent stars, let its bold flight rise to the blazing peaks of my Trophies. Read more details on Jean Arno artist.
The game is worth the candle: new fragments appear when one manages to elucidate the mystery: “Every soul that darkness stirs up digs the world with such a stubbornness that chasms blossom with stars of unknown splendor.” When it is not the pleasure of the “game” or the Orphic enigma which carries away the heart of the reader, it is the philosophical accuracy of the subject (“In our reasons murmur/Mysteriously/the eloquent speeches/of our obscure passions”) and the symbolic and Parnassian beauty of the tamed verse: “In her eyes of sapphire / Full of light and clarity / Desires lose themselves / In avid immensity).” When one loves great literature and philosophy, one can only be conquered by this monument of splendor.