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Elementary Pattern Sequence – Kandinsky proposed the fundamental correspondence between primary colours and elementary forms – here the yellow triangle is re-examined and seen in its elementary form pertaining to design in the natural world.
The rotating yellow triangles show the spiral of outward growth from the grid beneath which is the mathematical code first identified by Leonardo Fibonacci. This numerical sequence occurs when opposite corners of the squares are connected, whose side lengths are equal to the sum of the previous two. For example 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13…
This sequence appears as a distinctive pattern in many natural and biological systems, including pine cones, pineapples and fern leaves.
Digital embroidery. 100% polyester thread onto GFSmith Colorplan Cool Grey 250gsm. 645 x 490 mm

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