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"When I was very young I had synaesthetic dreams. I dreamt of white spaces in which there were these simple, bright geometric forms moving round a centre point that dissolved into a dark chaos…… Apparently it’s very common in synaesthetics to have this alphabet of forms and patterns, vortexes and spirals, particularly in early childhood. Now, I find them everywhere…… At one end of it is the bigger picture, the macro … dealing with huge, vast spaces and evoking a sense of awe and fear that is thought of as ‘sublime’. Then there is the micro, the point of origin from which this vastness has expanded, which is represented in the ordered precise geometry of Indian mandalas. They may appear very different, but actually they’re dealing with the same thing. They have a connection, a sense of continuum...."


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