The Doctrine of the Mean is a text rich with symbolism and guidance to perfecting oneself.
In the western philosophy, there is a simlar mean as well.
The golden of the mean is to maintain balance and harmony from directing the mind to a state of constant equilibrium.
To the Greek mentality, it was an attribute of beauty. The Greeks believed there to be three "ingredients" to beauty: symmetry, proportion, and harmony. I was curious about what there were between art and design, monochrome and polychrome, fluidity and fixedness, artificial and natural and what a good valance was between those graphical language as the mean.
As a graphic designer, I’d like to illustrate the ingresients to images and attemoted
to create an abstract or dreamlike motioin graphic.