Videoinsight® Magazine 2016|4
Videoinsight App® for Iphone and Ipad
Language Innovation, Scientific Publication and Free Enjoyment of Videoinsight® Method
The belief of Rebecca Russian in art as a possibility of cognitive, social and relational innovation flexibof the method Videoinsight®, designed by herself, within the dynamics of contemporary communication, have driven the Foundation to the development of new ways of disseminating information, related, from time to time, to education, therapy, prevention and exploration of the links between aesthetics and science, sports, professional education.
New Videoinsight® Application for Iphone and Ipad responds not only to the individual needs of testing therapeutic and preventive solution. It is, in fact, the structuring of a true network where purely aesthetic interests, permanent search of meaning, progressive investigations on the complex and deep – sometimes forgotten- affinity between art and life. For a gradual and growing foundation of a science of knowledge, who can linguistically reformulate the common source of various disciplines, it is inevitable to use all media and languages of contemporary technology.
The users of the hitherto unpublished video sharing process for art-therapeutic and preventive function can choose among various sections dedicated to psycho-physical wellness (Art for Care Videoinsight® Hospital), to art care and to emergency relief (Art for Care Videoinsight® Emergency) learning (Art for Care Videoinsight® School), the contribution to sport and competitiveness (Videoinsight® Art for Care Sport) and performance improvement in physical training (Videoinsight® Art for Care Training). The user will have the opportunity to choose the most appropriate video for your needs among a wide range of sub-categories .
The Videoinsight® method is verified and tested in clinical, psychological and medical fields to integrate culture and health in a holistic and interdisciplinary way. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated through objective medical studies and recognized by the international scientific community. The videos – chosen with competence, responsibility and professional ethics on the basis of the viewer’s psychological needs – are the results of many years of selection on the basis of a new specific competence, the Videoinsight® Method, validated by an innovative practice undertaken in the fields of psychotherapy, medicine and contemporary art.
The Videoinsight® App for mobile devices is an important step for the enjoyment of the method. It allows to donate aid, awareness and knowledge, making users independent. It is an ideal complement for all other Videoinsight® programs.
Starting today, Videoinsight® Magazine will focus on a series of video inserted in the innovative world of the App, attempting to advise users on the choices to be made for their needs.
In the Training cathegory, the user can run into an engaging work of video-artist Said Atabekov. Battle for the square (2009) is a video in which it is represented a Kokpar, a sort of equestrian battle of Kazakh atavistic matrix. Two teams of horsemen contend the carcass of a ram, facing a struggle marked by centripetal energies. Colliding freely and chaotically, participants relive a ritual tradition with strong mystical meanings. From the artistic point of view, the work can show, on a symbolic level, certain aspects of discomfort present in the contemporary civilization. From a spiritual point of view, the dead trophy could represent an abandonment of a self-centered concept and the ascension towards a gradual awareness of existence complexity. Rebecca Russo has chosen to include this work within the Videoinsight® system for its strong positive values in the field of psychotherapy and, from today, in App. for the Training section.
The confusion generated by the warriors effectively staged a situation of repetition compulsion. This unconscious process pushes the individual to choose painful or unsatisfaction situations, without realizing that these are actively determined. As repetitions on similar backgrounds, these decisions have a character of obsessive circularity. The work of Atabekov can awaken, on this way, a desire to escape from a series of choisces, that are voted inevitably to failure. This video is useful, therefore, to focus on the real capacity and physical potential of an individual, to comprehend the ideal, existential and professional objectives,.
Also in the Training section,The words and music of Black by Bonnie Prince Billy is a soundtrack for the video ‘Let love be eternal, while it lasts’ (2006). The video-artist Michael Fliri tries to climb a mountain, using adjustable stilts on the snow level, but he is obliged to give up because the stilts have reached the maximum extension. Love is the snow to protect: the protagonist tries to explore it without trample, until its duration will not be canceled in distance. To fill the time with space, in a sublimated nature, in the setting of a romantic landscape, the hero chases an outdated goal: knowledge as matter and form. This video, an authentic representation of the firm purpose of a goal achievement, can relieve the viewer from fears and channel emotions, energies and affections in the acceptance and respect for an activity and, consequently, for existence.