Crystal and Arabesque: Places: Design Observer

Just as the three-dimensional world can be imagined as a cross-section through a four-dimensional world, so might individual consciousness be simply a slice of a higher form of conscious existence.

When architecture did not suffice, Claude Bragdon began to arrange festivals where people would perceive transcendent realities collectively through song.


Sandy Isenstadt reviews "the first book-length treatment of Bragdon and his world", a biography by Jonathan Massey.

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