Notebook, 1993-



The earliest examples of right-angle lines are drawings from the caves of Southern France and from Mesopotamia. Graphic representations and a rudimentary geometry (Tectiforms) seem to have sprung up as twins in the household of humanity. This is not surprising, since both partake of people's eagerness to understand their surroundings and their need to build their own defenses against its seen and unseen powers.

[Harlan, Calvin. Vision & Invention, An Introduction to Art Fundamentals. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1986.]



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