Saturday, January 14, 2006

I never tire of instances of "The Grid" in life and art. This is a garage door down in the Great Northern area of Helena.
Time and materials.

All art is materials: plus time.

Or, as Mina Loy said:

"Music is time

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Blogger jdhanson said...

can we discern grids in nature. a monk where i live is consumed with polyhedrons. once i asked him, are there polyhedrons in nature? the closest he could come was: the snowflake! one sees grid like patterns flying over the midwest, looking down upon forestry harvests, all urban configurations. when left alone will nature do away with the abstractions of euclid?

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