12 October 2009

Tangent line Field 01 ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Last week i worked on this gh definition remaining on my personal research of fields. This is an example of Kiss principle:

"The KISS principle: KISS is a bacronym for the empirical principle "Keep it simple, stupid".[1] KISS states that design simplicity should be a key goal and that unnecessary complexity should be avoided. Some propose that it follow its own principle by dropping the redundant letter to be: KIS "Keep it simple". Another possible interpretation is "Keep it short and simple"[2]."A line controls every vector directly linked to it by their tangency at their closest points on
line. I've realized this simple field as an installation of cones that follow the principal way of the
visitors. In this case the flux of the visitors is the agent that controls the field.

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