Frutto Meridiano (un ago in un pagliaio)

Erica Hansen

Castrolibero, Italy

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Midday Fruit (a needle in a haystack)
The symbolic and metaphoric associations of hay mirror its cultural and economic importance as a dichotomous symbol of wealth and poverty, love and disenchantment, life and death.
Here, the hay is a means of illustrating the sacred geometry of The Fruit of Life, and Metatron’s Cube; first illustrated by Leonardo Pisano and elaborated on by countless physicists and philosophers. This transcendental form contains the blueprint for all life’s elements.
The footprint for the composition is built from 13 circles, a complete mathematical, lunar and musical cycle. From that base our minds eye forms the platonic solid representing fire and the outward spiraling nature of existence.
This print is an artifact from an installation created in September 2014 on Monte Curcio, Sila National Forest. For more on the piece please visit my website:
http://ericahansen.net/frutto-meridiano-un-ago-...

The needle references the search for meaning and love of that existence mid-day, mid-cycle.

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