THE GEMINI SERIES

...In the Gemini series there are 9 different forms...

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Alhena​

 
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In mythology she is the sister of Castor and Pollux. Just as in the myth, here too bears a number of formal similarities to the brothers to which, however, adds a more solid and elegant base.

Alhena​

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Tejal

Tejal, along with its counterpart Propus, is one of only two forms that can actually be considered "bulky". It is said that the importance of an object depends on how high it is raised from the ground.

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Propus

Tejal's counterpart. The system is completely inverted and the cup has become the base. There is a sense of fragility in the connection between the top and the bottom parts.

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Mebsuta

This is an extreme of elegancy. The tall and slim neck is the main feature and as such it was the main focus of this form.

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Wasal

Wasal is the balance between all forms. There is no such thing as excess except in certain colors. Two cups and a balanced neck. Not too slim, not too tall.

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Mekbuda

In a way it's the exact opposite of Mebsuta. Thick neck and larger top cup. This is a more royal piece, brave enough to take up space for itself.

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Castor

Castor, mortal brother of Pollux and Alhena. Small but nevertheless of great importance. It expresses a certain density and becomes one with the material assigned to it

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Pollux

Pollux, immortal brother of Castor and Alhena. Just as before, here too there is an exchange of parts. The larger cup obtains importance by leaping from the ground with the smaller one.

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Alzirr

Grandiosity through size and proportion. The importance of an obelisk is its restlessness and in being a reference in space. It's an enigma: stillness in motion.