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biomorph

(bī′ō-môrf′)
n.
A nonrepresentational form or pattern that resembles a living organism in shape or appearance.

bi′o·mor′phic adj.
bi′o·mor′phism n.
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Kandinsky created his biomorphic art during a time of crucial discovery and innovation in treating bacterial infections.
The PowerPoint presentation I put together also discussed the biomorphic qualities of my ceramic sculptures, and pointed out the methods of construction that I used and connected them to the hand building techniques they would be learning: pinch, coil, slab and draping.
A natural draftsman, he used sinuous, expressive lines to delineate biomorphic forms that border on the totally abstract.
The wall-mounted displays were drawn from biomorphic lines, which are a subtle reference to the Etisalat logo, complemented by the fusion and LED etched glass walls on either side of the store.
New biomorphic SiC ceramics coated with bioactive glass for biomedical applications.
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Host edges towards biomorphic abstraction and if there is no direct influence from the work of Georgia O'Keeffe there must surely be awareness of that frontier of abstraction; the margins of ambiguity where movement may be towards the viewer, or away from them--that is in a key area of the apocalyptic where location is given and disorientation immediately follows.
The Challenge Nature Provides," Susan Robb's first solo show at Lawrimore Project, transforms everyday objects into biomorphic hybrids situated somewhere between the body, nature, and technology.
4 'Weeds' The room designed for the show about a drug-dealing mom, was designed by Matthew White and Frank Webb and features an organic theme with hemp carpeting and furniture in biomorphic shapes.
Areas of coverage include: systems, design and structure; communication and navigation; application of new materials; sensors; biomechanics; self-healing and self-assembly; aerial locomotion and biomorphic systems.