DescriptionIngo Swann (American, born 1933)
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated lower right
44-1/2 x 50-1/2 inches (113.0 x 128.3 cm)
Ingo Swann has an amazing insight into the cosmos, so thrilling and compelling that United States intelligence agencies commissioned him to conduct what later came to be known as 'remote viewing' experiments at the Stanford Research Center, with amazingly accurate results. 'Remote viewing' is a technique where a person tries to project his consciousness into another place to see, but not participate in, the environment. Images such as Sun Center, a work completed by Swann in 1975, is controversial yet alive with possibilities for the art world. Indeed in one experiment on April 27, 1973, Swann remotely viewed the planet Jupiter and saw that it, like Venus, was surrounded by rings, a highly controversial theory which later proved to be true upon the visit of the Voyager Space Probe in 1979.
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