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Anti-form vs antiform

October 17, 2010

Interestingly, antiform is already a word:

from wikipedia:

“Any fold whose form is convex upward is an antiform. Antiforms containing progressively younger rocks from their core outwards are anticlines.”


There is the Robert Morris essay on Form and Anti-Form which I haven’t read yet (not available online—> makes me lazy) but I just came upon a web article that calls refers to him and his colleagues as making PROCESS ART.

Yikes! Art as having similar trajectory as design…. AAAARGH. I really don’t want to do design theory… this is cool but what is the point of all this???

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