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March 17, 2003 at 2:03 am Leave a comment


From: Andrew Jones
Date: Mon Mar 17, 2003 1:57:44 AM US/Eastern
To: avant-garde@lists.village.virginia.edu
Subject: Re: Why is this picture “beautiful”?
Reply-To: avant-garde@lists.village.virginia.edu

The composition my e-mail program came up with is pretty cool.
Blue, green, and red with intersecting lines marking the
previous exchanges. As for the series of lines, it’s a cool
little diddity that’s simplicity perhaps puts something to rest.
That’s coming from that entire aesthetics is the desire to
put things at rest I’m a highly neurotic brain always on
type and even these parred down lines of stimuli for a second
give me less pause for worry. I think there’s a school of theory
behind that, and obviously I’m not quoting it right.


A

On Monday, March 17, 2003, at 01:35 AM, Cory Mathews wrote:

No, no, no, no.
Why is it beautiful?

Quoting David Westling :

On 3/16/03 8:43 PM, “Cory Mathews” wrote:

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[CPM]

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Opening numbers of the Fibonacci sequence to 13, but why you then go back
down in order to 1 escapes me. Fibonacci sequence natural program of life
forms and all that.

David Westling

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Andrew Jones
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Orlando, FL, 32807
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andrew@nophi.net, liminal18@yahoo.com

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I got tired of coloring this in.


A

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