Monday, November 18, 2013

NO:::10 Sketchbook November 17 2013 ::: The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou

NO:::10 Sketchbook November 17 2013 ::: The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou

Sketchbook The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou, Inquire into the Resonant Nature of Linear Remnants when viewed through artists eyes




- Noticing that 120 interests me , whereas 3, 6 and 18 seem to be predictable to a certain extent
in that I can easily sort, group and estimate their value worth visually whereas 120 seems to keep its 
mystery 


Sketchbook ::: The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou, Inquiry into the Resonant Nature of Linear Remnants when viewed through artists eyes




 - Noticing my immediate inner pull to sort the sequence into " manageable" bit sized groups and 
configuration when trying to visually depict their number value. There is a def inner pull which is curious 
to me as I am drawn to randomness yet when confronted with numbers immediately look for the 
easiest way to group, sort, stack, and distribute evenly 




Sketchbook ::: The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou, Inquiry into the Resonant Nature of Linear Remnants when viewed through artists eyes


- group
- sort
- stack 
- sets
- order
- unify


Sketchbook ::: The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou, Inquiry into the Resonant Nature of Linear Remnants when viewed through artists eyes

- when looking at the the patterns formed on the walls of the ink container the principle of bubbler formation according to Euler's law can be visually felt 

Sketchbook The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou, Inquiry into the Resonant Nature of Linear Remnants when viewed through artists eyes

- Experimenting how it feels to draw these shapes, whether there is resonance 

- Noticing frustration at merely hinting and underlying structure yet no consciously able to explain or depict it , again a felt pull toward sorting, categorizing and definite resistance to let it be 

- there are however two distinct forces felt within ... that part of me which has tried to stay away from predictable patterns and relishes the simple drawing of seemingly random pattern formations, feeling joy and a sense of relief .... And that part which is trying to get a grip on said number sequential based on Eulers Law 

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  • Making bubbles , soap bubbles creates a playful yet mysterious air, the more I look at these shapes the more they contain within their shape, formation and movement some kind of force that is waiting to be discovered ... structures, that follow a rule a pattern yet to all intense and purpose they appear random in nature ..






  • Taking bubble prints in different ways to obtain some kind of idea just how they move, how a breath of air changes their course and how I observe myself being drawn to one shaped print  more than another in response
  • full Bubble Print Gallery of my favourites in the Breath Stay 1 Creative Response








Sketchbook - The Ralire Study by Milliande Demetriou, Inquiry into the Resonant Nature of Linear Remnants when viewed through artists eyes

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