The exhibition “extrapolates on the mission of the Boston Visionary Cell as it has related to Laffoley’s production over the past forty years.”
From the founding charter of the Boston Visionary Cell:
We . . . believe that the evocation of the mystical experience by means of symbols, which has functioned as part of the intentioning process throughout the course of human history, is the intended direction of evolution that becomes most expressive through visual art during those periods in history that are characterized by rapid change, e.g., the twentieth century, which has seen a series of movements from the Modern era to the Post-Modern era, finally culminating in the Bauharoque era.
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