is a title shared by two oil on panel paintings created by Salvador Dali. Presented here is the second one, which Morphological Echo deals with space and shapes. This edition shows 3 objects
placed in a row on a table, with 6 additional horizontally placed objects seemingly suspended in space behind the table. These 6 images are aligned in 2 rows of 3 items each. There is a similar likeness between all 9
Morphological Echo displays a deep illusionistic stage where Dalí has aligned nine objects in rows of three, mapping the coordinates of a precise grid. The painting reflects Dalí's interest in the theory of paranoia
and the philosophy Jacques Lacan, a young psychiatrist from the period.