Geometry helps us make sense of the complexity of forms occurring in nature and generates the forms of our built environment.
Geometry as “earth measuring” gives form and therefore sense to the world around us. Through a symbolic transfiguration it creates the variety of maps, which make the world readable and inhabitable.
Geometry as “form generating”, creates ornamental motives and decorative patterns across the most diverse cultural traditions and periods. Through circles and triangles, assembled by combinatory rules, it generates invisible frames that open the way for more complex patterns and forms to emerge.
Ultimately, the aim is to show that what is at play with geometry is a deep and universal process of figuration; one that transcends culture and time and reminds us of the universality of the human eye. - Luisa Sartori
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