Sunday, August 22, 2010

'the square as form'

All forms, whether considered static or dynamic, are in a continual state of change. When a form is manipulated, the physical shifts incurred establishes an open-ended narrative from which perpetual meanings can be extrapolated. The form, in Sufi philosophy, is representable by a square. This shape is a visual representation of the number 4, which corresponds on a macrocosmic level, to the four divisions of matter.

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