Videoinsight® Art for Care App

Videoinsight® Art for Care App

Dear User,
We notify you that we have recently upgraded and improved our Videoinsight® Art for Care App and that we are now up and running again with new exclusive videos.

In case you have previously downloaded our app from the Stores, we kindly invite you to register again in order to access our contents.

We thank you again for your kind collaboration and support.

Best regards,
the Videoinsight® Team

In 2016 the Videoinsight® Foundation launched the revolutionary Videoinsight® Art for Care Application, the App for mobile devices to promote psychophysical Well-being through the Videoinsight® Method.
The App works on iPhone and Apple’s iPad, all smartphones with Android operating system (by Google).

This mobile and interactive user platform is published internationally. It has been developed in English language by Namaqua Studio LTD Suite 40, 372 Old Street EC1V 9LT – London UK.

You can download the Videoinsight® Art for Care App from the stores:

Get it on Google Play

It is a support for the physical and psychological health achieved through the Video Art, selected on the basis on its transformative potential with the aim of catalyzing the Videoinsight® psychological experience.

Videoinsight® means awareness and therapeutic transformation. It is a simple and basic intuition, a discovery that involves the mind and emotions on a conscious and unconscious level. Viewers are invited to interact in a profound and dynamic user menu with selected art videos and traits from the Videoinsight® Collection.

The Videoinsight® impact factor evaluates the effectiveness of certain videos and artworks; the capacity to reduce psychological and psychosomatic distress after stress, increase strength, improve the cognitive and behavioral power, stimulate problem-solving skills, promote the orientation of the attitudes and talents, cause evolution.

The Videoinsight® Method was been verified in clinical, psychological and medical institutions. It integrates culture and health in a holistic and interdisciplinary approach. The effectiveness of Videoinsight® Method has been objectively proven through many medical studies and it is well recognized by the international scientific community.

The art videos were chosen with competence, responsibility and professional ethics on the basis of the specific psychological needs of the viewer. The ability to select the appropriate video is the result of many years of research and scientific tests, that were carried out on the basis of specific and integrated expertise in psycho-therapeutic, medical and artistic fields.

The Videoinsight® Art for Care App is an important milestone for flexibility and usability of the practical Videoinsight® method; it enables the Foundation to help more people and makes users independent from other facilities and is an ideal supplement to all other Videoinsight® programs.

The App contains the following Programs:

Videoinsight® Art for Care Hospital
Videoinsight® Art for Care Emergency
Videoinsight® Art for Care Sports
Videoinsight® Art for Care School
Videoinsight® Art for Care Training


Videoinsight® Magazine 2016|6

Videoinsight® Magazine 2016|6

Videoinsight® School Project
Education as Intuition, Care, Nourishment

The Project Videoinsight® School, curated by Tita Giunta and Lucia Centurelli, and supervised by Rebecca Russo, President of the Videoinsight® Art and Science Foundation, led contemporary art in Primary School for the first time: video art and performance were the basis for an innovative educational and instructional path. Today, Videoinsight® Magazine is presenting the first experience, closely linked to the video “Lux Mater”, documentation of an art performance by Beatriz Millar.

Learning, generally, appears suddenly, accompanied, in the subject, with a pleasant, and sometimes ecstatic, feeling to have finally achieved a genuine understanding. An acquisition of this kind can be taken internally as a real mode and can contribute, therefore, to transfer our consciousness towards new situations. Such a process is based, as well, on a kind of global insight: it’s like a foundational structure, the foundation of our evolution.

The memory tracks, in fact, are not isolated elements, but arranged agglomerates, blocks. They constitute full figures in continuous changing and in constant expansion: construction sites. Understanding of change and novelty is not an add of new signs to our store of knowledge, but a transformation to one form into another. Here is the original successful mutation, which can arise from experience or occur as a result of reflection, over time. In the case of artistic enjoyment, privileged sphere of the Videoinsight® Method created by Rebecca Russo, the latter two cases fit together.
The etymological root of the concept of education collects and mixes significantly the Latin versions of e-ducere (whose meaning is “get out”, “give birth”, “lead outside”) and edere (feed). education paradigm is the cure understood as help, guidance, orientation, design, support.

Not surprisingly, the first reference video for the Videoinsight® School Project curated by Lucia Centurelli and Tita Giunta, both Videoinsight® Method cuartors, was “Lux Mater” by Beatriz Millar. In this video, a documentation of an art performance, the artist mixes flour and ingredients, bakes cakes and bread. Reflecting on creative gestures and rituals, Beatriz Millar found in the preparation of bread, and through its gift as an elementary nourishment, the feminine power of creation. The artist questions, through this simple and atavistic gesture, about role-mutated, lost or acquired, in contemporary societies.

The Videoinsight® School Project has foreseen the Videoinsight® proposal and experience to pupils in elementary classes. The project was defined on the basis of psychological and individual needs, both individual and collective. After careful consideration on the specific needs of each group, realized through preliminary meeting with the reference teachers, the vision of Contemporary Art images of Videoinsight® High Impact has been proposed for the very first time to young students. Spontaneous narrative results and individual or collective interpretations from a first approach to contemporary art have been evaluated by the Videoinsight® experts and, later, conceptually and creatively reworked by children through bodily expression through theater-therapy settings.
In the case of this work based on Beatriz Millar’s videos – the first of three experiences of the Videoinsight® School Project – for the theater-setting prepared by Tita Giunta, the children were welcomed into a space, in front of a circle of dishes – each containing a loaf of clay. At the center, a rope creates a circular shape, with three large knots. Clay is a symbol of creation, intended as the mother earth. Before being used, it has been divided into many small pieces. With care and dedication, the students had to mix it with their oiled hands. It was proposed to mix the loaves of clay just like Beatriz Millar does in her video performance. The students had to create their own world: a ball with their favorite features: cracks, grooves, capes, holes. Then, it started an exchange: with the right hand, each participant has given his creation to his companion, with his left hand has received the gift of the companion; the worlds continued to circle until everyone got back his own world. Everyone explored carefully the world of the others, focusing on the diversities, specificities and uniqueness. Finally, the children were asked to place their own world on the rope. It was explained to them that the rope represented the class and that every child had to place his own world, by maintaining contacts with the rope: where was the position of every student in relationship with his own class and with the others?

Ivan Fassio


Liceo Germana Erba – Teatro Nuovo Torino – Coreutico e Teatrale

Videoinsight® Foundation created a collaboration with Liceo Germana Erba – Teatro Nuovo Torino – Coreutico e Teatrale.
Since April 2016 Giovanna Giovannelli, Videoinsight® Art for Care Curator, will realize with Liceo Germana Erba – Teatro Nuovo Torino – Coreutico e Teatrale the Videoinsight® Art for Care School Project.
Students will interact with videos from Videoinsight® Collection applying the Videoinsight® Method. The goal for the experience is to promote the Health and Well -being.

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