Thirty-One States of Consciousness – Tullio – 2015
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I thoroughly enjoy all of the different states of mind or different states of conscious pieces because you can go through and look at each individual figure outstretching from its base, each one will convey a different thought or emotion and may begin even to form representational images. Aside from each figures’ individuality, they also react differently to their adjacent counterparts. This adds motion and creates balance. Once zoomed in, one could even study how each parts “roots” itself in to the fine detail of its base.
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