logic

displacement

displacement to move (something) from its proper or usual position…

mirroring

mirroring to form something by forcing or pushing it out…

repetition

repetition to repeat, or the recurrence of an action or event…

addition

addition to add something to something else...

subtraction

subtraction to remove objects from a collection…

ripping

ripping to tear or pull (something) quickly or forcibly apart…

cracking

cracking to form something by forcing or pushing it out...

inscribing

inscribing to mark in a conspicuous way…

expanding

expanding to make larger or more extensive…

lifting

lifting to raise to a higher position or level…

loop

loop to enfold or encircle in or with something arranged in a loop…

crumple

crumple to press or crush into irregular folds or into a compact mass, to bend out of shape, rumple, or wrinkle…

extract

extract to remove or take out…

entangled

entangled to cause to become twisted together with or caught in…

carve

carve to cut in order to produce an object…

crossing

crossing the act of traversing or traveling across…

tiling

tiling to cover in a modular and repetitive way…

flocking

flocking to form something by forcing or pushing it out…

pull

pull to draw or haul toward oneself or itself, in a particular direction, or into a particular position…

branch

branch to form something by forcing or pushing it out...

compress

compress to flatten, squeeze or press by pressure…

spiraling

spiraling to continuously go around a fixed point or centre while constantly receding from or approaching it…

shift

shift move or cause to move from one place to another…

group

group to put together or considered as a unit...

folding

folding to bring into a compact form by bending and laying parts together…

skew

skew to suddenly change direction or position…

packing

packing the action or process of filling or stuffing something…

weaving

weaving to interlace from a number of interconnected elements...

overlap

overlap to cover something partly by going over its edge or to cover part of the same space...

offset

offset to change the amount or distance by which something is out of line...

embed

embed to form something by forcing or pushing it out...

grade

grade a step or stage in a course or process…

connect

connect to associate or relate (something) in some respect…

shear

shear to break off or cause to break off…

coil

coil to move in a circular or spiral course...

interlock

interlock to fit together firmly...

split

split to (cause to) divide into two or more parts, especially along a particular line...

puncture

puncture to make a small hole or a perforation on something...

fracture

fracture to break or cause to break...

pinch

pinch to grip tightly and sharply…

merge

merge combine or cause to combine to form a single entity...

array

array an ordered series or arrangement...

extrude

extrude to form something by forcing or pushing it out...

rotate

rotate the movement in a circle around a fixed point...

taper

taper to become gradually narrower at one end, or to make something do this...

intersect

intersect the area where two or more spaces join or cross each other...

twist

twist to turn something, mostly repeatedly, or to turn or wrap one thing around another...

bend

bend to move in a way so that it is not straight...

notch

notch to make an indentation or incision on an edge or surface...

lodge

lodge to become firmly embedded in a place…

inflate

inflate to increase (something) by a large or excessive amount...

THEORIA