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5th Dimensional Happening Hamshushalayim Festival The Canada House, Jerusalem 2016
Eva Ariela Lindberg entering into the 5th Dimensional Landscape. The Canada House, Jerusalem. 2016
Hamshushalyim Art Festival, Canada House, Jerusalem, 2016

5thDimensional Artwork

Art is usually portrayed on a wall for viewers to observe

to evaluate,

to judge,

to like, to dislike,

to critic,

to buy

Micaela Harari Flamenco Dancer, Performing inside the 5th Dimensional Art Projection Zichron Art Center, Zichron Yaakov, 2017

yet here is another way to feel the landscape…

to enter into it… yes inside another dimension & another landscape

Dancing inside the 5th Dimension – allows you to drift into another Cosmic Dimension and Artistic Landscape.

Become the brush as you dance inside a multi dimensional projected arena.

Art & Music, Art & Dance… for you to bathe in…

You are Welcome to come in White…

Dancing inside the 5th Dimension – Zichron Yaakov, 2017
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Music & Dancing inside the 5th Dimension Teatron Tmona, Jerusalem, 2013
Hamshushalyim Art Festival in Jerusalem, Beit Canada, Jerusalem, 2016
M. Harari & 5th DIM art-2
Flamenco Dancing inside the 5th Dimension, Micaela Harari, First Station, Jerusalem, 2016

This particular style of Eva Ariela was born out of a deeper awareness of how vibrant colors and the medium of oil can convey a certain vibration of other energy consciousness and symbolic movement.  Her art comes to celebrate the imagination of the human soul, the cosmic energy patterns and deeper mysteries. It invites the viewer to enter into an unknown yet friendly and magical landscape.

The “5th Dimensional “ language is also a medium used to enhance a sharper seeing “beyond the canvas”. 

What might appear as one image, unfolds into more of an expanded observation if one takes the time to look closer and deeper into the content. The paintings are created in a manner where the images become gateways into another world of interpretation. The symbols are integral parts of the paintings, as it comes to remind us of fluid sacred geometric forms of the universal life forces embedded in our consciousness as well as in nature.

The 5th Dimensional Happening is a Multi-media Art event with Music and Dance. People are invited to either observe or partake inside a projected artistic area – a so called 5th Dimension landscape… to experience a magical artistic space. This particular oil painting art style, Eva Ariela developed in Berkeley, California in 1990.  Since then it’s been hosted in USA, Europe and Israel.At times, added are story telling themes within the multi media projection of the 5th Dimensional Artwork. One of them being the ‘Creation Story’ or other Multi Media Performances, such as Flamenco Dancing, followed by Movement Workshop and Free Dance & Music, and more.

5th DIM. Dance Teatron Tmuna 12 copy

Community Dancing Art, Music & Dance inside the 5th Dimension Teatron Tmona, Jerusalem, 20135th DIM_FRIDA

5th Dimensional Happening, Gothenburg, Sweden. 2015

Women Dancing inside the 5th Dimension, Zichron Art Center, Zichron Yaakov,2017

Source of Inspiration

The Source of Inspiration in Eva Ariela’s oil paintings stems from a state of consciousness which has been accessed through years of painting and spiritual growth. This process has become a basis for the development of the 5th Dimensional Artwork, which is expressed through these art forms:

Art ~ Music ~ Dance ~ Movement

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Reflections of the 5th Dimension, wearing white, Teatron Tmona, Jerusalem, 2013
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Community Dancing Art, Music & Dance inside the 5th Dimension Teatron Tmona, Jerusalem, 2013

5th Dimensional Happening are expressions of

Cosmic Forces

Vibrant Colors

Constant Movement

Spiraling Symbolism

Energy Consciousness

Abstract Conceptualization

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Community Dancing Art, Music & Dance inside the 5th Dimension Teatron Tmona, Jerusalem, 2013

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