biomorph


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biomorph

[′bī·ō‚mȯrf]
(graphic arts)
An abstract form (painted, drawn, or sculpted) whose shape resembles that of a living organism.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Use of a method of determination of potential ecological valency and characteristics of types on scales of factors gives the chance to solve a problem of a quantitative assessment of ecological tolerance of different types a biomorph and strategy in relation to separate factors or their complexes.
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But what you are really doing is finding the creature, for it is, in a mathematical sense, already sitting in its own place in the genetic space of Biomorph Land.
Organic Sculpture, 2001, is a biomorph in the style of Arp or Moore, but partly by virtue of being made from plaster, paper, and ink it is transformed into a diseased pulmonary lump filled with alarming orifices.
I had in mind the calligraphic hybrid biomorphs of "The Plough and the Song," "The Betrothals," and "Agony," and their references to sex.
They replaced it with asymmetrical, nature-inspired forms that foreshadow the biomorphs and streamlined shapes of the 20th century.
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Contrasting absolutely with the flash of Gehry's sparkling biomorphs are the quiet chapels designed by Fay Jones in the 1980s, beginning with the Thorncrown Chapel near Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 1980.
The compositions are clumpy and his biomorphs lack personality.