create a situation in which most simple forms become visually active
rhythm and repetition are at the heart of movement. they act as an amplifier for visual events which if seen singularly would be invisible. for a rhythm to be alive there must be room to breath, an opening and closing, a change of pace, the whole thing must live
serpentine rythems through work when viewed from low angle
where lines cross there are pings of light
makes you aware of the act of looking / seeing
jeff luker -
look at all the colour!