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Transdisciplinary Art

"...emergence of a new discipline transcending 
 the boundaries of disciplinary perspective...
It can be considered as the culmination of interdisciplinary efforts...
[that] has a wholism associated with it."

Jaya Ramchandani

"the transdisciplinary artist blends all the pieces of knowledge and skill together
and creates art that we cannot define through the canons 
that specify genres as we know them.  
Art that goes beyond genre does not reveal the elements from which it is made, 
and it is manifested as a homogeneous entity that exists independently;
it goes across many disciplines, in order to reach a final destination."

Patina Lee for Widewalls

Transdisciplinary Art is the synthesization
of multiple disciplines

Monica Seggos
4 October 2019 

Automediality is a key component of my artistic practice.
Automediality is a form of autobiography through media,
in real time, shaped by the media outlets utilized
this journal is one of my media outlets

please see the Automediality & Me page for more information

thank you for following along with me on my journey
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I have had Lyme Disease since 1991
this is my first treatment ever! 
(in the form of acupuncture )
I can't wait to see what happens

Transdisciplinary Art is the synthesization
of multiple disciplines

(I was torn by using the word synthesis or synthesization.
I like synthesization because it is a nominalization.
It feels more like
the culmination of personal actions taken, 
as opposed to a combination that might be a result of outside forces 
where no personal action was taken.
What do you think?)

Monica Seggos
4 October 2019
I love this painting so much 
(no credit available yet, 
but I have enquired)
I am particulary enamored with her shoes,
and with the way her lover
appears to enjoying just watching her 

Matrix and Moby

mesmerizing, brilliant, addictive

All photographs © Dick van Duijn
 Theaster Gates Self-Portrait at Regen Projects
this sculpture was hung extremely high
so I couldn't get a good straight on shot of it


so excited for my trip
13 november
this plant was dying of thirst 
when I bought it
the other day-
this stem was literally shrivelled up-
look at it this morning!
cacti need more love than one might think

people have started hacking the cacti again
on the street
But not this one

On the Language of the Deep Blue
written and narrated by Charles Foster
for Emergence Magazine

good morning beautiful world

cleaning out my phone today!

an interesting thread on Twitter about immersive experiences and art
I like to think of my immersive experiences
as catalysts for feeling,
immersions in emotion. 
Thus the observer becomes a participant
in meaning,
not just in the physical space

I will be there

It is true, whatever you are doing now 
is an amalgamation of all that you might have been


a tree that owns itself
owns me too


Amazing show last night
almost 50 years of Earth, Wind & Fire
(under a full moon, no less)
had such a blast
It made me realize just how crucial music is

(not my photo, but I love it)

...never since I was allowed to walk the woods 
have I found so impressive a company of trees 
as the tillandsia-draped oaks of Bonaventure
John Muir

Bonaventure is called a graveyard, 
a town of the dead, 
but the few graves are powerless in such a depth of life. 
The rippling of living waters, the song of birds, 
the joyous confidence of flowers, 
the calm, undisturbable grandeur of the oaks, 
mark this place of graves 
as one of the Lord's most favored abodes of life and light.

John Muir on Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah
Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny

looking out to sea
from the shores of the United Kingdom

good for another 10 years
can't wait to get my first stamp!!

always there for me 

Love is all there is
today September 11
 I am reminded of my vow
to live my dreams
for all those
whose dreams were broken


today's MIG welding class at Molten Metal Works

from 1500+ sq ft to 10 x 12.5'
let me know if you need these guys

Ovid's first precept:

Do as the goddesses did. 

age 27
due date May 30th
birth date June 25th

Tristan Eaton 
not where you expect him to be

this is what the alchemists were looking for
not everlasting life
but a reason to live
one's outer life
is a mirror
of one's inner life
the heart cactus has 2 babies

drops on the web

misty mountain
mystical morning

love this gnarly cactus with the flower blooming

Pink Pussy Protector (19 August 2019)
welded steel, yarn, buckram, steel wire, vintage millinery, epoxy