Intentism is an international art movement that includes artists, writers, actors, musicians and philosophers. We all share the belief that the meaning of the work is the outworking of intention. We further maintain that in rejecting authorship and intention much creative work has become anemic and indifferent. Consequently, our work celebrates intention by leaving a creative trail of the editorial process behind in the finished piece.
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