Ritual art as a form of creation
The main principles of the Ritual art are the following:
/1/The artist uses the methods of ritual in creation of the work, its exhibiting /presentation to the audience/ and its future movement in time and space.
/2/The particular work is only the outer expression of a concept, and the ritual of its creation, presentation and future movement in time and space is its actual substance. But everything in this process is connected and one part of the whole cannot exist without the other.
/3/Therefore – a piece of art must be not only the particular work, but also the process of its creation, presentation and future movement in time and space.
/4/The actions of the artist – during the descripted process – should have symbolic meaning.
/5/The final result – ritually created piece of art /seen as described above combination/, should aim at achieving a specific and clear public significant purpose.
Ritual art is essentially a Slow and Thoughtful art.
Although the particular creative act happens at the present moment, it is in a constant connection with past and future.
In creating Ritual art the Artist perceives the various manifestations of Time and Space and uses them accordingly so that he can achieve its ultimate goal of public significance.