"Life is a museum of thoughts and feelings. Creating this fine line between reality and fiction is my art of living."
Jean Louis Joos
THE KNOWLEDGE OF KNOWING THE UNKOWN
As an emerging artist of the early 21st century, Jean Louis Joos has a lot to offer from his eccentric taste.
His avant-garde personality doesn't pass by unnoticed. Being a pioneer of intuitionism, he explores the purest forms of artistic self expression using the power of his intuition. He experiments with pushing the edges of meaning and seek an expansion of reality, an extension of humanity's soul. Abstract art can help society deal with tolerance towards novelty. The artist believes that the more the brain gets used to perceiving things it doesn’t know, the more we expand our consciousness, and the more we will accept people as they are, because art offers us that humanism that was once lost. He states in his manifesto: “I feel like everyone is so obsessed with reality. We have to confront ourselves more with new ways of perceiving what surrounds us, and that’s what I’m offering people. Our whole society is based on abstract ideas and values, and whenever people despise eccentric subcultures or groups, that is where’s where my role as an artist comes in. To help people sharpen their ability to understand abstract concepts. To give them a transcendence experience, to open the spirit and present them the unknown, the bizarre,…”
"I believe art has the power to not only help people deal with their emotions, but incite a change in the way we perceive the world. We need to express ourselves more, the problem with society is that we're all too recluse in our own little worlds, often scared of telling what is true to us."