geometrization

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geometrization

(dʒɪˌɒmətraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

geometrisation

n
(Mathematics) the application of geometrical concepts to a different field
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So does the pictorial image, echoing Dali, of "The Colossus": "Scaling little ladders with gluepots and pails of Lysol/I crawl like an ant in mourning/Over the weedy acres of your brow/To mend the immense skull-plates and clear/The bald, white tumuli of your eyes." The morbid geometrisation in the portrait of the patriarchal figure, in "The Colossus" or "Daddy," is obvious.
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