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Jennet Inglis: The Art, Science and Spirit of Autism

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Find out how an Autistic Savant synthesizes art, science and spirit to engage you in nature, beauty and the cosmos when Power Your  Life Host Dr Jo Anne White interviews Jennet Inglis.

As a high-functioning autistic, Jennet’s passionate and rigorous study of science, Nature, and cosmology evolved from an early age, as did her classical training in art. She’s a creator of many projects that synthesize art, science and spirit.  At the age of 13, Jennet attended an adult 6-month life figure drawing seminar. The following year she completed an undergraduate-level seminar in geology at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York City. 

Jennet’s enthusiasm for art, science, and Spirit is channeled into the development of several multimedia installation projects which address the fertile intersection of science, art and Spirit. All three projects maintain a primary purpose of illuminating and expanding the magnitude of our humanity, and our place in the universe. The primary remedy for her particular consciousness (autism) has always been living pure sentient color. Her medicine is pure perceived color, color that breathes life, which is light. There is the pure science of perception, and truth of discovery in color.

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