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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.”

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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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