Lines are not as simple as we think. Taken alone, a line can fulfill many roles. It can be an object unto itself, a symbol for the concept of linearity, or a divider, distinguishing between this and that, visually defining the concept of duality. However, when we aren’t given enough visual cues, duality is replaced by non-duality, a condition where there is no distinction between this and that. By repeating lines in a square field, with the square being the geometric equivalent of unity, I have taken away many of the visual cues that allow us to perceive duality. Drawing squares filled with lines is my way of trying to acquire a deeper understanding of non-duality and the unity of all things.
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