June 5, 2013


This piece was inspired by an element of a diagram of the Creator's geometry conceived by English writer John Michell (1933-2009). In this diagram Michell uses simple geometry to create four images or steps, that he equates with the act of the creation of the physical universe. In Michell's view a Creator, who he calls the Great Geometer, carries out this act of creation.

I envisioned this Great Geometer as a massive geometric construct. The integrity of this creator was in question for me, as these forms represent the ideas of intolerance, judgment, and discrimination in this work. While one could ascribe these values to creator deities of certain faiths, I came to the conclusion that this creator must be a false god, like some sort of Gnostic demiurge.

Here a stream of cosmonauts, again the representation of freedom the openness, rise up towards the construct. They are armed with, and guided by, knowledge and wisdom symbolized here by the merkaba. They seek to break out of the lower world of the construct, to break out of the limiting ideas that it represents, into a higher plane of existence.

It has been a while since the last post. I've been cranking on a few things, and will have some more posts in the near future.

In other EK news, there are only two kits left in the Dystopic 2nd edition, so grab one if you want one as I don't know if there will be a third!

High res. and details at my Flickr.

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