In 1966 Michel Batlle created a new concept that connects art to the body in "a relationship between the body and spirit that is translated through graphic means", which he called: psychophysiographie.
On opposition of most breaking movements, appropriated to the birth of new ideas, the psychophysiographie proposes an intuitive and detailed reading of the world, with the human body as the center point and support.
As an anatomic simulation and a non-exact science, its existence is justified through the human body, the artists and the distance, at a precise moment, as a fundamental research base of art. Not only in a spiritual context but also in a physiologic perspective, as the materialization of a prospect research field in which the relationship between reflections and physical sensuality, the connection between the visible world and intuition, combined with all its sensorial aspects, are the main focus and purpose.

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