Sunday, 24 October 2010
point between lines
I have been thinking about the forces of energy both visible and invisible on the site and how they can be measured, translated and how the forces relate to one another.
I have been taking advice and and trying to work out how to test the conductivity and magnetic fields on the site as well as the gradient and positioning.
I have been very much enjoying seeing the repetitions of pattern and form on the site and surrounding area - concentric circles, lines and spirals. These have an interesting relationship to mapping and to digital images and 3d digital models.
I have been trying to find ways t describe the space and the way in which 'circuits' conducting energy of various sorts are established and broken. A very basic (but fairly difficult for me to grasp!) geometry book describes a line as something that joins to points and yet has no physical width. I find this very difficult to understand, surely even if the line isn't visible, it has a presence. If it's joining point up, then it has a physicality of sorts, no matter how minute.