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Or within the ether). This portray is the expression of a sentiment of mine or of others; or it can be provoked by way of a section of song or by means of noise. [. . . ] With all this i will not say in the event that they are astral or psychological vibrations; and that i don't know if those varieties, residing a lifestyles 1000 occasions extra severe than our personal, are created via my psyche or in the event that they themselves come to me whilst I open the window of my soul. we're not complicated adequate in experimental and medical technique to be ready to ascertain those phenomena. 23 The affinity this passage bears with yes writings by means of Kandinsky can be thought of embarrassing, yet Ginna claimed poetic autonomy and maintained that encouraged artists may be able to reach abstraction by way of related paths, even with out understanding approximately every one other’s paintings. 24 within the ultimate notice of his essay, although, Ginna additionally claimed originality that units him except the gang of “abstract painters of the country of mind”; this was once might be an oblique assault on certainly one of Boccioni’s signature phrases, his “states of brain” portray. 25 Ginna actually maintained that he had already formulated his aesthetic in 1910, whereas he used to be in exile within the Ravennese geographical region, thereby claiming authorship of the 1st “non-representative, unreal, occult work built with summary varieties. ” 26 48 . from the youth to 1913 The query of priority apart, a few of the aesthetical positions in Ginna’s Pittura dell’avvenire can already be present in Boccioni’s paintings. The perception of the artist as a medium (Boccioni may say clairvoyant) and the purpose of portray “not the attitudes of a human, contorted in discomfort, however the vibration of his pained soul or soreness itself,” are positions that Boccioni had tested in his 1911 Roman lecture. 27 it's attainable that Ginna (a documented occultist a minimum of from the Metodo of 1910 onward) may have prompted Boccioni (and with him Marinetti, Russolo, Pratella, Balla, and different futurists), however it turns out extra possible that their respective examine may have proceeded on parallel classes. definitely it's achievable that every one drew from an analogous parascientific, alchemical, and theosophical resources, which in flip all derived from French symbolism. nonetheless, even in Ginna’s overdue paintings L’uomo futuro, released in 1933 and pervaded by means of fascist rhetoric, the effect of the occult is much from extinguished. all through that pamphlet, together with within the advent through Marinetti, Ginna is the “precise alchemist of countless medical and mediumistic researches. ” 28 in truth, once again reconciling fascism and futurism, Ginna theorized during this e-book a destiny guy corresponding to a “ ‘Homunculus’ arisen from the best revolution recorded in background [i. e. , the fascist revolution]. ” 29 This destiny guy, generated by way of an alchemical approach yet with an visible dating to Nietzsche’s superman, was once an allegory for Mussolini’s means of biologically forging “il nuovo italiano,” the hot Italian race. For Ginna the long run guy will be “naturally vulnerable towards the long run, and continuously futurfascistically [futurfascisticamente] on the orders of the Duce.