The least movement is of importance to all nature. The entire ocean is affected by a pebble. – Blaise Pascal
Empathinc is a fluid exploration of the countless overlapping of art, business, and relational interaction.
Based on concepts considered by Robert Vischer in the late nineteenth century, and later developed by Theodor Lipps and Violet Paget, the German Einfuhlung (translated as empathy) searched out how art was capable of the transference of vital content.
In the earliest definitions of empathy, it was considered that art could form as the vehicle for the very expressions of feeling and emotion.
Empathinc. is concerned with art as dialogue. Empathinc. projects promote the idea of specific fair exchange, and consider the very process of development as being essential and necessary aspects of any completed work.
While Empathinc.com deals primarily with abstract nuances and intersections or art and business, sister site EnnisArt.net deals with the concrete aspects of the projects themselves: the building, implementation, and client/artist relations.