Our Daily Sykes #447 – "More Spatial Relations"

This reminds me of a college course in aesthetics. The professor - Yates was his name - chose a principal text that promoted "spatial relations" as what art was "about" or concerned with. The class did not object or resist this reduction. Like converts having no former religion we embraced it. If one gives "spatial relations" an opportunity or a break it will grow on one. Everything has them. "If a physical object happens to be fairly firm and coherent internally and extends up, down, north, south, east, west, hence and ago, it is likely to be called a body." And that is just the start. (Click to Enlarge these Spatial Relations)

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