One thought on “The Art of Line

  1. Reminds me of Gaston Bachelard’s theoretical book on “the poetics of space.” Or in this case, the poetics of geometry. Cp. Black Elk Speaks on how the fall of the Indian was symbolized by the move from round tepees to square houses: “It is a bad way to live, for there can be no power in a square…. The power of the world always works in circles.”

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