September 27th, 2006 | Filed under: Mathematics | 2 Comments »


Folding circles is about decompressing spherical information. 2-D information is folded into the creased lines and 3-D information is in the spatial configuring of the circle. This is not possible with the drawing of the circle. It is only possible when working with the circle disc in space, the only possible compressed form of spherical order. A paper circle can model everything that can be modeled by all polygons and polyhedra; it also models things that are not possible with any other shape or form.

Wholemovement by Bradford Hansen-Smith

2 Comments on “Wholemovement”

  1. 1 Elleyne Kase said at 4:44 pm on February 1st, 2007:

    beautiful. are there directions on how to do this?

  2. 2 cw said at 10:52 pm on February 1st, 2007:

    There’s a book out there called “truth in the geometry of wholemovement”

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