Most of the people have an aversion to numbers. They think that numbers are God's way of getting even with them for all the sins. Then, there are other, saner citizens who show some sense and use calculators.
Even then numbers are not very popular. Hence started the attempts of beautifying these digits. Yup! The art is called 'Fractal' art.
Actually, a fractal is an object that displays self-similarity at various scales. In other words, if we zoom in any portion of a fractal object, we will notice the smaller section is actually a scaled-down version of the big one. Another very important aspect of a fractal is that it has a fractional dimension. Fractals are produced by iteration (the repetition of the same process).
The term fractal art applies mainly to a form of digital abstract art that seeks to reflect and emphasize the eternal expressions of order and chaos that permeates Nature's structures and behaviors as well as the intricacies of humanity through the use of self-similar patterns and shapes.
This new form of algorithmic art chooses fractal geometry functions and the computational capabilities of the computer as its tools for the creation of infinitely detailed or stunningly simple forms that reveal and enhance the fantastic visions that comes from the realm of numbers.
A truly magnificent art form that mushroomed all over the world in the past decade. To showcase this art is present Chandru Arni, a seasoned campaigner in digital and fractal art.
All the pieces of art at the gallery are up for grabs, so come in loaded. Don't worry, as the pricing is quite moderate.
Visit the gallery to witness this fascinatingly captivating form of art.
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