Colouring geometric Patterns is sort of a visual story for the subconscience. Geometric art can be therapeutic for our mind because abstract form lack words to be described with. They speak through certain frequencies and patterns in a way that communicates directly to a part of our ancient brain that could be understood without knowledge of cultural language during the development of the brain in our early childhood.
Forms like Circles, Stars, Squares are archetypes. They are fundamental shapes that we all intuitively understand, no matter what culture or language we are raised in. We seem to understand when a square is not perfectly square. When a circle is not perfectly round to a certain extent. It is a universal language that is embedded within our identity. When we look into the mirror we see a perfectly black hole that we call our pupils. When we look up into the sky we see a seemingly round spheres hovering in the sky. It is all part of our existence.
In ‘Wandering Minds’ I’ve created patterns out of archetypical forms that are carefully arranged like a rythmic poem conveying the multitude of meaning that can be perceived from different angles creating different levels of experiences.