Transdisciplinary Art is realized by the parallel workings of “inner movement” – broadening one’s own skills and talents through interaction with unfamiliar disciplines – and “outer movement” – intervening in the larger society to actively promote new ways of combining its varied elements. The former offers the means to develop new expressive powers through inexhaustible combinations of materials, skills and methods; the latter provides new social roles and forms with which to uncover and address potential social challenges.

Transdisciplinary Art comes into existence through the creation of new social values and fields of expression, and through a free and flexible imagination that both acknowledges and attempts to break the standard molds of the specialized artistic disciplines.