Toward an Integral Architecture

1 hour 1 min
By Kevin Hackett and Jessica Weigley

Towards an Integral Architecture will demonstrate how the application of integral theory filters seamlessly into the realms of both architectural practice and pedagogy.

Toward an Integral Cinema

The Application of Integral Theory to Cinematic Media Theory and Practice

By Mark Allan Kaplan

A historical, theoretical, and viewing analysis is offered of Germaine Dulac’s “integral cinema movement” of the 1920s, suggesting an early introduction of Integral consciousness into cinematic media that corresponds to and predates both Jean Gebser’s and Ken Wilber’s Integral Theories.

Introducing Integral Art

Published: May 25, 2012
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By Matt Rentschler

This article briefly outlines a general definition of art and the main approaches of art theory and practice.

On Interconnectedness and Beauty

The Mixed Media Installation Ashes and Snow Viewed Through the Integral Model

Published: May 25, 2012
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By Bruni Howind

This article is an application of the AQAL model to the experience of an art installation.

An Overview of Integral Dancing

Published: May 25, 2012
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By Elijah Petersen

Integral Theory is used to investigate dancing as an art form. Dance genres are mapped using general structure-stages of consciousness from magenta to green altitude, and general characteristics of what would constitute Integral Dancing are discussed. The importance of types in each of the four quadrants is examined with a focus on the masculine and feminine types.

Writings on the Wall

A Case Study in Integral Art Appreciation

Published: May 25, 2012
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By Jerad Roberts

This article presents a case study for how Integral Methodological Pluralism (IMP) can enhance a spectator’s appreciation for a work of art by integrating critics’ interpretations.