Symmetrical Investigation of Breathless Length


As a work of series, I am exploring the realm of symmetry as it pertains to the concept of lines. Euclid once described
a line as “breathless length” which “lies equally with respect to the points on itself.” While a white line is painted on 
the figure of my — very much breathing— subjects, it lies equally in respect to their body parts. In order to address
symmetry, the figure of my subjects are aligned in a way that continues itself within the mirrors. To explain, the body
part is interrupted by the reflection of the mirror but is continued by the alignment of the body and the line. Pertaining 
to the physical layout of the series, I have decided to place them in a way that emphasizes symmetry.
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