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Elobeing - Moving Null Condition

On the stage for the Elobeing design exhibit there is a condition, the cast member shower. Now there's null. Look, in the same all-over pattern. Rounded, noncommittal. Indicating a holographic situation; not a thing.

Null is restless; only something can become still with respect to something else. Nullements move in basic classical twists; left or right. For us the moving looks up or down, forward or back. As you play at pattern making, dragging the sliders to change color and transparency, dragging null and shower clusters for varying nodal intensities, remember this. There is just one point here. Null point, zero point, or infinity point. We see many, as is our wont; but the multiplication is an illusion, born of the dividing of the point from natural nothingness.

See graphic examples of how to use this page and links to references to Null on other pages.

get flash icon Flash 5+ plug-in is required. This is a full window version of this interactive movie.

Follow the hand (prev) to the conditioNull page. See a map, to get an overview of the exhibit leading to the stage. (The map for the story is yet to come.) The hand in the icon (lower right) shows where you are. The roots and topics of Elobeing come together in history as the design develops in the exhibit.

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