Definition of enantiomorphic in English:



See enantiomorph

  • ‘Reynolds finds that Smithson's attempts to reveal blind spots embedded in certain models of perception that prevailed during the 1960s were repeatedly figured in works that relied on enantiomorphic strategies.’
  • ‘Smithson's enantiomorphic deconstructions of Stephens's Yucatan views produce, in the aggregate, a kind of spontaneous construction of their own.’
  • ‘In 1965, the idea of the enantiomorphic pair migrated from the Man of Sorrow paintings to a two-part wall sculpture called Enantiomorphic Chambers.’
  • ‘In another of this book's chapters, Roberts traces the interplay of crystals, mirrors and enantiomorphic pairs in Smithson's art.’



/ɪnantɪə(ʊ)ˈmɔːfɪk/ /ɛnantɪə(ʊ)ˈmɔːfɪk/