'Skandha' named after the Buddhist phenomenology, represents the human being based on five Sanskirts:
Buddha teaches that their interdependence is critical, and that nothing among them is really "I' or "Mine"
The visual representation is broken down into these five key elements which can be seen in the diagram in the attached photograph.
The remaining circles act as contact for the five aggregates to unite.
In this instance the visual composition has been used as a backdrop to the Kamikaze stage at Shambala Festival 2012. But the original concept for the design arose from an on going research project, in which the ideas of Buddhism, human condition and unified field would be explored through an audio visual performance.
The artist performing in this video is Belleruche on Tru Thoughts record label!
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