Tuesday, December 10, 2013

No ::: 28 Sketchbook December 10th 2013 - The Ralire Study - Breathstay 1

No ::: 28 Sketchbook December 10th 2013 - The Ralire Study - Breathstay 1



Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook








  


  • I am noticing a swing back and forth between the Breathstays discovered so far
  • an organic kind of a feel of natural progression that one step ahead is being informed by the step that came before and then a time arrives when new insights supports an earlier discovery 
  • when walking through a little village earlier I discovered these markings on the wall of an old

    building , tiny, almost unnoticed unless one paid attention to a slower pace of observation
  • The splits were again centered on a THREE junction , 3 lines intersecting , splitting, connecting, creating a junction, forming movement and beginning
  • Looking closely and pondering a new question occured

  • " Do all linear remnant lines that resonate contain movement as their essence?
  • I noticed that the linear patterns I am drawn to are not " finished" as it were, their creation is on-going, a kind of movement informing part of their "design" .. road cracks will keep on cracking, wood splits will keep on splitting, paint flakes will keep on peeling off and I only capture them somewhere during part of their motion
  • Motion - Movement - Energy - Forces - Unseen Forces - Felt Forces - Resonant Forces ?




Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook




Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook



Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook




Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook




Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook



Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook

 


  • I am particularly interested in the joining points 
  • Joining - Junctions - Connections- Meeting Points -Intersections Beginning
  • elongating the joining points ...noticing the softening of edges the flowing rhythmic force  of 3 sustained yet softened


Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook

Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook






Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook  




Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook




Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook



Lines, Cracks Organic Patterns - The Ralire Study Sketchbook


... milliande :-)


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The Ralire Study - Developing Sketchbooks , Drawing for Textiles and Canvas, Meaningful Markmaking Logbook , Image Library , Inquiry into the Nature of Random Linear Remnants , Lines and Art Research Project by Milliande Demetriou

4 comments:

  1. I tend to look, appreciate and move on but today, today I have lingered and started really examining and thinking about the whorls on wood, driftwood particularly. There is more in this for me I think.

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    1. yes .. I agree.. the time for me too has come to linger... let that essence slowly seep in and wait for the reveal rather than rushing ahead to the next morsel .. thanks for connecting :-)

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