»Lens Flare« by Josefine Lyche.

»Diasin II«, 1969 by Vjenceslav Richter.

»OPUS«, 2010 by Iv Toshain.

»Mystery Board #5«, 2007

»Mystery Board #3«, 2007

»Mystery Board #2«, 2007 by Raphaël Zarka.


»Triangle«, 1963 by Jo Baer.

»Tommy Støckel’s Art of Tomorrow«, 2009 by Tommy Støckel.


“Colour Projections”, 2009 by Theo Burt.


»Black Star«, 1960-61 by Jo Baer.

»Painting«, 2009, 13:32 min video by Vladimir Nikolić.

»Icosahedron«, 2007, (broomsticks and cable ties) by Jasmina Llobet & Luis Fernández Pons.

»Untitled (Wall Painting for Seattle Art Museum)«, 2008 by Richard Jackson.

“Road Movie”, 2009 by Markus Hanakam und Roswitha Schuller.

»Murs de peintures«, 1966-77 by Daniel Buren.


“Scaffold”, 2006 by Andy Graydon.


“Geometrisch Betrachtet”, 2008 by Esther Stocker.


»bricks«, 1999 (multiple photographs of a single brick are manipuated using photoshop in order to create a palette of isometric bricks, each facing a different direction) by Daniel Lefcourt.


OGLE: The OpenGLExtractor” by Eyebeam R&D. Example: 3D-printing Google Earth Buildings. “OGLE” is an open source software package by the Eyebeam OpenLab that allows for the capture and re-use of 3D geometry data from 3D graphics applications.


»Seed of Worms« (demos unreleased “trail” feature) is a video made with »Whorld« software. Whorld is a free, open-source visualizer for sacred geometry. By Chris Korda.

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Family album images of demonstrations by Church of Euthanasia and Chris Korda.


Swans swimming geometric formations. Video by Christoph Schreiber.