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“Once a person understands the simple basics they readily form personal opinions of modern art. It is interesting to unlock what seem

to be highbrow art secrets as they are actually simple and very easily understood.

It is criminal that, during the last 50 years, simple authentic Fine Art knowledge has been purposely omitted from our civilization.

It has always spurred innovation and positive societal growth and unique personal opinion. Without Fine Art we will lose our ability to form unique personal opinions that are valid and equal to anyone else's.

"Techno Dance" is a type of Classic Cubism which depicts motion. The authentic description for Techno Dance is "Cubist Futurism". Futurism was created by Russian and Eastern European bloc artists who were cut off, by language and logistics, from the French and German abstract art movements. What they did see in non-Russian publications were pictures of French Cubist art such as George Braque, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse etc., with titles and descriptions they could not translate.

The result was their own interpretation of the images where in they thought they were seeing imaginary depic-tions of the unseen such as motion, sound, the wind and more. Because they did not understand that they were

seeing abstractions of classic realism, they created works showing people and animals in motion followed later by depictions of sounds.

The French, upon seeing these new works and learning of their visual intentions, named all as a new art form that shows the present and what is about to happen and they named it Futurism.

The idea led to comic book characters showing motion, explosions and light rays while it was also blended with Cubism adding motion and sound or actual depictions of music and flowing water. Currently it is most commonly the motion and emotions in Abstract Expressionist works that most people know as "Non-objective Abstract Art". A good Expressionist example is the famous work by Jean DuBuffet, "The Running Cow".

Marc Rubin often blends Futurism into his Cubist and Expressionist works. "Techno Dance" shown on this page, is rooted in flat Cubism while depicted on other pages, "Sea Shells" , "The Burning Bush" and

"Grow" are rooted in Surreal Cubism and "Birth Of Seth" depicts rays of light in Expression. Futurism is seen by Rubin as the most important addition to all of 21st century 2D and 3D Fine Art.

Techno Dance

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