Monday, December 24, 2012

Organic Form 

Organic form is always evolutionary form. It must develop in space and time in a way that continuously maintains a sense of provisional balance. This balance is captured in a kind of ultimate conservation law, where every evolutionary expansion maintains its equilibrium with its existing structure, but moves as a whole, in the direction defined by hidden dimensions of conservation, that define its ultimate purpose or equilibrium.
Topics: Evolution | Morphology

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