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FORMLESS FORM - 'LAMDA' collections

Image Copyright: Rights-Managed © Pygmalion Karatzas.

Edition Type: Limited edition print.

Fine Art Prints: Images are available in gallery-quality fine art prints on various sizes, media and framing options.

Image Licensing: High-resolution images are available for editorial and limited commercial use.

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“In the products of the unconscious we discover mandala symbols” - Carl Jung

‘Mandala’ in Sanskrit simply means “center and surroundings”. The practice of a mandala is to place ourselves in the middle of it and learn to relate with the social structure and atmosphere around us as a sacred environment. Their integrated structures are pointing-out instructions towards a formless reality. Mandalas describe balance in whatever the pictorial form. In the non-dual state of consciousness such opposites as inner and outer, subjective and objective, male and female, matter and spirit, are all grasped as connected and ultimately unified.
‘Formless Form’ is a series of architectural mandalas created from source images taken during the photo shoot for ‘the LAMDA Development’ photo book; an assignment to capture the real estate assets of the company through the lens of the theme ‘Shapes & Balance’.

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