Wednesday, July 25, 2007

RHESUS By Thierry Brunet

Here is another orthogonal space poem via France by Thierry Brunet. Titled “RHESUS”

I have noticed something that I find interesting about Thierry's technique when approaching an orthogonal space poem. It seems he acquires three ideas that can be viewed as being near synonymous. He contextualizes them in an orthogonal space which seems to me to work very well together. If one remembers the prismatic structures in my verbogeometry paper then you may also remember that synonyms are viewed existing on a plane. The arrangement of the synonyms on that plane could easily be viewed orthogonally. Furthermore, I think this is why Thierry’s technique works so well.

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