Sandi Rigby Winter Trees


part of: Three Dimensions of Human Thought

by Teresa Dunyati-Long

Constructs consist of:

Arrangements of Percepts into a form that satisfies these conditions:
i. Aesthetic as defined locally in time and space (all/some/one dimensions of culturality).
ii. Must bear a close resemblance to raw percepts .
iii. Must permit a close working relationship with raw percepts.

There are three major producers of such constructs for use in cultural endeavors: artists, scientists, and pragmatists. In practice, we are all producers of constructs which we use to navigate local and epi-local environments.

See: Artistic Constructs, Scientific Constructs, and Mathematical Constructs

The image here is an artist’s rendering by hand of trees in winter.