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  Won't lovers revolt now, 2012

Series of drawings using pattern schemes from geological maps. Part of ongoing pursuit in looking at connections between geology and literary rules.

Mountains are a kind of geological palindromes. They have roots; a mass equivalent to the mass rising above earth’s surface also reach inward, downward. This creates a gravitational balance. Some coal mining techniques results in removing entire mountain tops resulting in an amputated palindrome. balance tipping, revolting.