Biomorphism a Movement
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Biomorphism has long featured in art and sculpture in visual form,and in name curtesy of ''The term'' being coined by the British writer Geoffrey Grigson and subsequently used by Alfred H. Barr as MOMA Director and in the context of his 1936 publication Cubism and Abstract Art, despite its ever growing presence in our lives through sculpture, art and architecture research over the past 2 years has failed to establish its actual status as a Movement, in recognition of the works and efforts of artisans worldwide this is something that we can change.
Initially I found artists and sculptors either struggling to identify their creations by name or adopting the nearest and best that they could find, freeform, treeform, freestyle even 'natures abstract' to name but a few, as biomorphism via its facebook group has reached around the globe artisans acknowledged their thanks for the term and adapted their websites and biographies to reflect this 'newfound' description;
The advent of recognition will not only prevent future confusions and frustrations amongst artists but also aid the mainstream of arts education of our student artists, sculptors, craftspeople and artisans of future generations with a unity as yet not realised.
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