I See The World Through Rectangles (Drawing)

I see the world through rectangles.

Windows, sketchbook, television, remote control, NDS, laptop, viewfinder, photographs … 

So often now a frame between me and the world.

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[IMAGE] A6. Ink (PITT).

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Posted in Art, Artist, CFIDS, CFS, Doodle, Drawing, Health, Life, M.E., Sketchbook
4 comments on “I See The World Through Rectangles (Drawing)
  1. I like the idea of seeing the world through shapes – can you do one of fractals or dissolving – I mean, on the one hand my computer is square but it, like me speakers have things atop it, stuck to it, it is confusion personified.

  2. Yer – it’s not quite as simple as it first seemed. There’s a lot more going on than perfect rectangles.

    It’s funny that that pain of everything being framed and not in my reach is at the same time a conforting simplifying of how I fit in with the outside world. And then I get to thinking about that childrens tv programme where they go through the square window or the round window and it all seems a bit silly 😉

    I’m not nearly clever enough to do you a fractal Elizabeth 🙂 I like the sound of infinite complextiy though.

  3. Malcolm says:

    I’m all too familiar with these rectangles – a point of contact with, as well as a barrier from, the world outside!

  4. Yes – they enable me, protect me, block me and cut me off. But I wonder if life’s a bit like that even for people who everyday don’t use (or have to use) those triangles. I wonder.

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