Thought Forms in Space

Thought_Forms_in_Space_Tullio_2015

Thought Forms in Space – Tullio – 2015
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3 responses to “Thought Forms in Space

  1. Rachel

    I found thought forms in space to be kinda like my thoughts all over the place. My thoughts are usually all over the place and so is some of my art. So I could relate to this piece.

  2. Lisa Giang

    I’m in awe when looking at this piece! Is this done traditionally? I love that you used black for the negative space while the main lines are white. The composition is quite fun and balanced. As if matter is slowly spreading from the top right corner, and subtly moving away from each other. The details are just amazing. In general, how long would a piece like this take you? The sci-fi quality this piece has is interesting. I felt as though I’m looking down at a city with bright lights at night. And at the same time I feel like my eyes are wondering around looking at the night sky.

  3. Morgan A

    I really enjoy this piece. After looking through pages of your work, this one captures my attention the most. Having much love for the expansive universe in which we reside, this piece reminds me how truly tiny and insignificant we are in the grand scheme of things. However, that does not make one feel weak, or lost. Instead, looking at the piece I feel powerful and content with the mysteries that expand from every corner (I say corner but of course there are no such things, much like the universe of our minds, the galaxies are limitless, whole, and time curves around itself instead of stopping) of our never-ending universe. The constellations, the galaxies, our thoughts- all of them bending and twisting around each other in some kind of chaotic yet fluid dance, and in this piece I can see their motions becoming more serene as they map out. Each shape, each speck is important and meaningful, which should not make sense, but it does.

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