Dale Lyles, always a skeptical participant in the Symmetrical Hand Arrangement movement, especially as represented by the veritÃ© school of Honea, Whitman, Rauschenberg, et al., struck back by moving in an entirely unexpected direction.Â Critics began referring, not always admiringly, to his work as transgressive inclusivism.
It goes without saying that many found Lyles’ sudden break with tradition shocking, even repugnant.Â The inclusion of vegetable matter, even something as symmetrical as a baby carrot, had never been considered by any proponent of SHA.
Some scholars claim to have found paleolithic evidence of such practices, but in recorded history, such Ã©ruptions were anathema.
Further examples of Lyles’ bizarreâ€”and some say compellingâ€”work are presented without comment.
However shocked the SHA community had been by these sudden departures, they were not prepared for what came next. 1Z0-474 exams