about Namita Kohli
Geometry, both as a mode of apprehending natural phenomena, and abstracting from it, has played an important role in all traditions of art. Geometry has also served a transcendental role in so far as the artist carries the belief that the universe and the human mind alike share the sense of order and that the sense of order and that the artist carries the belief that the artist is changed with the function of eliminating the self and the capricious forms of nature to reveal this identity. Since then there have been several uses of geometry in art but on the whole a diminishing of its purpose metaphysical and social alike. It is not easy to make a distinction between the form making impulse we have been speaking about and mere formalism but it is not impossible to distinguish between the form making impulse .We have been speaking about and mere formalism but it is not impossible to distinguish between an ascetic approach to the problem of form and that of a decorator.