Rules and Understanding

It's been over three years since I wondered into a gallery and saw an artist who used antique rulers as part of his work. I don't remember the artist's name or even where the gallery was. His work was very minimal the rulers were major elements in his work. I was just struck by both the beauty in these rulers and with the understanding that in our effort to explore the world, we measure it first. This piece is called Isabella.

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