dynamic symmetry


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dynamic symmetry

[dī¦nam·ik ′sim·ə·trē]
(physics)
A symmetry law related, not to the geometric structure of the constituents of matter, but to the laws which govern the dynamic behavior of these constituents.
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It was laid out according to dynamic symmetry using photographs of Kitty Owen, his daughter, and Jean and Susan Lewin as models, posed amidst a backdrop of architectural elements, columns, urns, and fantastical landscape.
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Art historian Conway provides an introductory essay in which he comments on Bellows' gift for balancing spontaneity and planning, and his fascination with the composition system called Dynamic Symmetry.

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