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Composition 309 (above) was constructed near the beginning of April. Looking at it again five months later it seemed a bit too wide.
So I broke it down to essentials, two pieces: 309A and 309B (below).
Now a few weeks later I decided Composition 309 was fine as it was.
This deconstruction, however, clarified how I was working in April. And it was the similarity between A and B that brought that to focus.
The two pieces embody single “undulations” that when combined, present a satisfying wave of figures between fore and background.
Separated, neither seems as effective.