Uchu art is created using drawing software with energy downloaded, and the final form is an image file in JPEG format, but the reason it can have the ability to radiate energy is thought to be because the creator has tied the energy to the image data.
Looking at this in the opposite direction, I think it also means that even if the same subject is photographed with a digital camera, the information recorded as an image file will be different depending on the photographer.
1.Why does Uchu art radiate energy?
Uchu art is created to radiate energy. In the beginning, it was made as an “object” on canvas with acrylic paint or other materials, just like making a painting. Therefore, each piece was unique, and it was impossible to imagine making multiple pieces of identical Uchu art. However, at some point, it became clear that even digital data created using drawing software could function as Uchu art, and now there are many advantages: drawing and modification are easy, the work can be stored as data and does not require a physical space, reproduction is easy, and it can be distributed via the Internet. Therefore the data is almost always produced as digital data because it has those advantages.
Uchu art data is eventually converted into JPEG format files as image data. This data can be displayed on the screen or printed out to function as Uchu art.
2.Tracing the pattern of Uchu art does not produce the same energy.
So, if someone other than myself were to copy the pattern of Uchu art exactly, would it function as Uchu art?
I don’t think anyone has actually done such a thing, and this is my thoughts, but I believe that it would not have the same function as Uchu art. The reason is simple: what the copyist sees is only the picture on the surface, not the energy being attached behind the picture.
Since Uchu art is an image of energy, of course, to some extent the picture has meaning. However, the reason why a JPEG file can radiate energy is not only because the image represents energy, but also because information about the energy, my intention, and my worldview, which I brought down when I drew the image, is attached to the physical JPEG file. Therefore, even if only the pattern is copied elaborately, it does not necessarily mean that the higher dimensional information connected to the original Uchu art also be copied.
3.Production of Uchu art (Output) transmits information through the “world” of the artist.
In other words, an image file is established as Uchu art when meta-information other than the visualized image is attached to it.
Therefore, since meta-information based on the creator’s personal skills and world view is automatically attached by producing the original, it would not be possible to make the file function in the same way as the original even if it were made to look exactly like the original without duplicating the file itself.
4.Photographing (input) takes in information through the photographer’s “world.
The act of creating Uchu art is a process in which the creator outputs in the form of a work of art, and the product of that output is automatically associated with the creator’s world.
Exactly the same thing is thought to happen in the opposite direction, i.e., when energy is captured.
For example, when photographing a subject with a digital camera, different people can receive different things from the subject. In other words, when a subject is photographed, energy is automatically added to the image, but the information attached to the image is different depending on the photographer, so even if the same picture is taken, the information attached to it will be different.
I remember when I tried to hire a professional photographer to make a replica of a Uchu art which my mentor Ms. N had made for me, Ms. N warned me, “You have to take the picture yourself.” I now understand the meaning as that I needed to tie in the information that I could receive.
Objective data is not possible in a world where energy is involved, and everything is tied to the individual data of the people involved, which means that even if they look alike, they are energetically completely different.
- When creating Uchu art, the energy and other information downloaded by the creator is tied to the data of the work, so copying the superficial design will not result in Uchu art with the same functionality.
- Similarly, in the act of capturing an image as digital data, the information attached to the image differs depending on the photographer’s intentions and the information that can be received, so that even if the same subject is photographed, metadata attached to the photo will differ for each photographer.