Habit is defined as “a settled or regular tendency to practice, especially one that is hard to give up.”
Consequence is “a result or effect of an action or condition.”
On this space, Muiruri explores the compounded effect of repetition in relation to habit and addiction. As dots join to form lines, which may intersect to form different shapes, decisions lead to actions which then have consequences. The complexity of the result depends on its cause/individual components. Simple shapes maybe used repeatedly to form a compound shape or combined with color to create new meaning.