3 thoughts on “oven pan abstract 88 jkb

  1. These squares within each other like Russian dolls, all askew, remind me a little of some of the lurching geometric shapes in Disney’s original Fantasia accompanying the Bach Toccata and Fugue. According to the Disney Wiki fandom, “Toccata and Fugue was inspired primarily by the work of German abstract animator Oskar Fischinger, who worked for a brief time on this segment.” I must look him out…

    1. elmediat

      Your observations & associations are so interesting. Many thanks for associating the work with my composition. Found this link on Fischinger’s Optical Poems : https://www.openculture.com/2014/09/optical-poems-by-oskar-fischinger.html

      Added more posts to Asemic Tarot – WordPress continues to annoy with additional modifications to editing set-up, now it is the Widget edit. Wouldn’t mind so much, if they would not leave out simple steps to activate changes. Finally was able to add follow button and copyright text.

      1. WP tinkering must be frustrating for visual artists like you, Joseph, I’m only just getting the hang of the block editor via different platforms (laptop, smartphone, and smartphone app) where not everything appears in the same place or offers functions in a consistent way.

        Thank goodness I mostly only have text to worry about, swapping between the visual editor and html when I can suss out how to get round its idiosyncrasies.

        I tweeted a link to Oskar Fischinger’s 1938 Optical Poem, fantastic visuals, I agree.

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