Ethereally Recycled – The Rose Revisited – Sacred Euclidian Space (5518) A: The Flower of Life.
- The mathematical, the spiritual, the psychological, the heart space, the virtual reality – all incorporated with other worlds overlapping, in one digital frame.
This work is based on the digital version called ”Change: Yggdrasil (5518)”. The artist first photographed small drawings separately and then as a group and took another two years to create with a kaleidoscope what she witnessed in her dream. It was a tree, made up of components and also hiding a map of MARS – which means – ‘war’. The work has been in low space orbit on a nanosat circling earth since 2017, as part of her involvement with Asgardia Space Nation, as well as her signature work ”Mars Trojan – Elon – The Shroud (5517) A”.
- Secondly, this work is based upon the original drawing named; ”The Rose – Zero-Knowledge Protocol (5523)” on which the exhibition; ‘ENCLOSURE FATHOM – PART 1’ is based.
- The Story:
- It is the current space race and men’s thirst for that which they cannot possess, only aim to. It is about a man who had succeeded in everything he ever attempted. A man of great depth of considerable wealth, which, knowing the avarice of the earth and other planets.
- The love of a woman of ethereal spirit and the ability to see into his heart and pious at that was the only treasure concealed from him on earth and in the heavens. It is until he got the ‘Cosmic Ocean Bottle – Waste Management. LTD. Record 5517’ back from star travelers. https://freigeist-verlag.net/en/buecher/love-politics/ It was about a burnt ‘Nanosat Cube ‘with 2 works of art uploaded onto it, that had been floating there for eons, it was art by the artist SHARM.T.P. http://georgiatoday.ge/news/13928/A-Gifted-Foreign-Artist-Names-Mtskheta-Her-%E2%80%9CReal-Home%E2%80%9D
- He prudently traveled the earth. He visited every museum, every opera, then at the opera opening of ‘Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore’ he saw the map of Mars cut into pieces, 3 flowers posing as butterflies, ethereally opening into the sacred space – ”Vesica Piscis” opposing the red earth of Mars (war). https://lifeasahuman.com/2018/arts-culture/art/holographic-memories-visualised-in-art/
- He stopped breathing in front of the drawing in the foyer space, feeling a delicate hand on his shoulder.
- A nasal voice softly said in Italian…. ”it has been 400 years, I thought you would never find me. Now we are free.”
The artist’s work led him right to his own butterfly.
Mandorla (5518) B
The above work was transferred onto glass and is now a 74 x 74cm ethereal looking work of art.
Villarceau a Torus Plane: Field of Flowers – not Acerbas (5518) C
”Change: Yggdrasil Glass Houses (5518) D”
Autumn Intersection (5518) E
All these works flutter the ‘Butterfly Effect’.
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Background to these works:
The vesica piscis is a type of lens, a mathematical shape formed by the intersection of two disks with the same radius, intersecting in such a way that the center of each disk lies on the perimeter of the other. In Latin, “vesica piscis” literally means “bladder of a fish“, reflecting the shape’s resemblance to the conjoined dual air bladders (“swim bladder“) found in most fish. In Italian, the shape’s name is mandorla (“almond“).
The vesica piscis in Euclid’s Elements:
This figure appears in the first proposition of Euclid’s Elements, where it forms the first step in constructing an equilateral triangle using a compass and straightedge. The triangle has as its vertices the two disk centers and one of the two sharp corners of the vesica piscis.[
An overlapping circles grid is a geometric pattern of repeating, overlapping circles of equal radii in two-dimensional space. Commonly, designs are based on circles centered on triangles (with the simple, two circle form named vesica piscis) or on the square lattice pattern of points.
Patterns of seven overlapping circles appear in historical artifacts from the 7th century BC onwards; they become a frequently used ornament in the Roman Empire period and survive into medieval artistic traditions both in Islamic art (girih decorations) and in Gothic art. The name “Flower of Life” is given to the overlapping circles pattern in New Age publications.
Of special interest is the six-petal rosette derived from the “seven overlapping circles” pattern, also known as “Sun of the Alps” from its frequent use in alpine folk art in the 17th and 18th century.
Villarceau circles as intersection of a torus and a plane.