Everything Moves



“Everything Moves” – Tullio  – 2014
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3 responses to “Everything Moves

  1. Christa Buckley

    This one reminds me of what you were talking about in class the other day regarding the vibrational frequencies of matter. Here are objects, primarily consisting of emptiness, but solid in the way that matter is. It doesn’t matter what the object is (doesn’t matter what the matter is, haha)–Each one could even be a person. Maybe they are people in your classroom, sitting beside one another in neat little rows. Or maybe they are something inanimate, organized in a deliberate fashion and appearing motionless to the naked eye. But whether they represent students listening quietly to a lecture or an attractively arranged rock collection, the point seems to be that each object is not actually stagnant, but pulsating with life and energy which dances and swirls and connects ecstatically with the life and energy of every other thing which is also itself.

  2. Sounds good to me, Christa. All things vibrate. All things move. It was Heraclitus who proposed that the only constant is change. Everything flows…

  3. Redouane El Filali

    In this picture, lines are a mark made by a moving point and having psychological impact according to its direction, weight, and the variations in its direction and weight. It is an enormously useful and versatile graphic device that is made to function in both visual and verbal ways. It can act as as a symbolic language, or it can communicate emotion through its character and direction.

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