loose grid

loose grid

In a theater stagehouse, a counterweight system using rope ties at the pinrail, instead of fixed counterweights.
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Apfelbaum looped twenty pieces of thread over the gallery's three sprinkler pipes, spacing the pieces evenly along each pipe; if seen from above, the lines formed a loose grid.
So would it be better to take a more stealth like approach, sneak past the guy, silently taking him down as you do and then find a loose grid to shimmy down?
The new street layout is a loose grid with perimeter blocks surrounding green spaces which echo, at a tighter scale, the layout of adjacent Kensington.
A landscape by Klee, Rivage classique, a loose grid of small squares, is also close to abstraction, but is more directly reminiscent of the neo-impressionists, since 'optical mixing' of the colours is presumed to take place in the eyes of the viewer.
Gower's abstract images, arranged within a loose grid, resemble a colorful matrix of binary codes or patterns observed in cellular structures; however, this ordered regularity breaks down as the viewer becomes entranced by the work's formal intricacy.
Tokyo, along with Germany and France, has advocated "managed flexibility" in the currency markets, envisaging a loose grid of the dollar, the yen and the euro as a step toward exchange rate stability.
So far, Japan, France and Germany have advocated ''managed flexibility'' in the currency markets, envisaging a loose grid of the world's three major currencies as a step toward exchange rate stability.
As the viewer circulated among the tables, a cosmos unfolded: flattened coffee cups embedded with gravel, a loose grid of chewed-gum wads, six flattened cupcake wrappers filled cum-starbursts.
Japan has also identified itself as a proponent of "managed flexibility" in the currency markets, an idea aimed at adopting a loose grid among the yen, the dollar and the euro to curb market volatility.
Imagine a loose grid upon which the shapes of simple domestic referents--some, such as cups, reduced to no more than colored rect-angles--constitute the composition.
The brown and tan strokes of Natchez, 2008, for example, seem to slash and flail about in a loose grid, burying--but not completely--earlier moments when blue and orange and burgundy dominated the composition.