Woolf I

Madalyn Eastus has designed a picture book in which “a series of images made only of paper — cut, folded, and woven […] rely upon each other to create multilayered” offerings. It is evocatively titled Woolf. In the back matter is a set of principles set out in verse form. They are reproduced here with regard to the spacing:

no narrative – only pattern

no glue – just friction

reflection over horizontal
& vertical axes

cropping, symmetry,

A set of predictable actions; a set of unpredictable outcomes. The story is universal: to be charmed by pattern coming back again. Such a character pattern is!

And so for day 163

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