Wednesday, November 20, 2013

No:::16 Logbook November 20 2013 ::: The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou

No:::16 Logbook November 20 2013 ::: The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou


The Ralire Study - Sketchbook, Logbook , Image Library , Inquiry into the Nature of Random Linear Remnants , Lines and Art Research Project by Milliande Demetriou

The Ralire Study - Sketchbook, Logbook , Image Library , Inquiry into the Nature of Random Linear Remnants , Lines and Art Research Project by Milliande Demetriou




  • beginning to notice that I like the immediate markmaking that results in getting up in the morning, sitting down at my desk and having a bit of paper and some pen and ink to hand
  • Have not needed to go to my studio yet as all the limitations seem to work in my favour rather than the other way round
  • immersing myself into the bathbubbles felt like seeing them for the first time ..wondering whether different soaps form differently and am still in awe at the sets of 3 ..THREE ..today has been a bit of a three day
  • I have always loved the number three .. when I go to a hotel room and it has a 3 in it ..it makes me happy , if it hasn't I look for a derivative of the 3 ..like 9 that is 3 times 3 ...so I get more 3's equals I am more happy ..grin 
  • I also like uneven numbers as opposed to even ones , but three has always had a special place
  • Now I am wondering : do all the linear remnants that I am drawn too have some kind of three in them?
  • Do other people relate to the same number that corresponds to similar patterns they like ?
  • is the underlying universal sacred geometry really this predictable ?
  • I feel like I opened another huge can of worms ...but slightly giddy with excitement nevertheless :-)



The Ralire Study - Sketchbook, Logbook , Image Library , Inquiry into the Nature of Random Linear Remnants , Lines and Art Research Project by Milliande Demetriou
  • Sacred Geometry
  • Rupert Sheldrake - Morphic Resonance
  • John Briggs , F David Peats - Seven Life Lessons of Chaos
  • 1000 Hands
  • Michael Schneider 

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