An Implicate Order
16 March to 18 April 2021
Theoretical physicist David Bohm envisioned a model of reality called “The Implicate Order” which states that there is a deeper and more fundamental order of reality. It is like an underlying field of undivided wholeness which can be unfolded into an abstraction of forms in time and space, and again be enfolded back into the whole – a continuous dance between wave and particle, material and immaterial.
Kāryn Taylor likens geometry to a language that has the ability to express complicated and illogical notions in simplified and logical terms. Taylor believes that geometry, along with colour, has a strong and clear energy structure which she likes to think has an imbedded coding that holds information about the true nature of reality.
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