Tessellated or ambifocal synergy
Tessellated or ambifocal synergy – Tessellation is the kind of geometric tile pattern associated with artists like M.C. Escher and the architecture of the Alhambra. The juxtaposition of alternating tiles reveals fragmentation and holism in a very direct synthesis which can inspire a synergistic artistic effect. Metaphorically, the polarity of mechanism and idealism which tends to produce bifocal antagonism can be transcended through an Ouroboran Monism like MSR.
To the extent that sense is related to “likeness”, the cosmos can be considered a ‘self-tessellating likeness‘, combining Taoist intuitions with the Indra’s Net concept.