Don’t see a lamp in a beige room. See a geometric construct; an
assembly of shapes. Shape is a language. The curvaceous bow-tie
shadow on the wall. The slices of light seen between the horizontal and
symmetrical mini-blinds. The hot spot that is the light bulb.
The dark wedge in the upper, left corner is the bottom edge
of the upper bunk bed. Shapes. See shapes.
Symbols, however, are more than just shapes. Symbols are specific, sort of like metaphors. Shapes and symbols, statements and expressions, shadows and reflections. That’s what I want you to notice in this rather small assortment of plain photographs on the following pages.
You’ll definitely want to check out this video.
It seems to support Ed Witten’s M-Theory which, as you know, is a
supremely fascinating explanation of time, space, gravity and energy; in essence M-theory explains our universe as vibrating bits of energy, creating a silent symphony of creation.