Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Polyaesthetic Mapping

This may be one of the most important things that I have ever done - This is the culmination of ten years of thinking about the aesthetics of math/science and art. I have been working on this project to show how one can map any aesthetic experience into a clear concise system.

You can access it at this link


pszren said...

It made me think. I am not sure how this would look in a certain situation, but I think this can be a way of analyzing both pieces of art and experiences.

I guess the graph can be placed in a particular social context (and vice versa :) ).

Kaz Maslanka said...

Yes Pszren, The key is any aesthetic experience.

I think I will let it live for a while before I say anything about what I think it means.

Thanks for your comment.

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