Fractal theory studies patterns that repeat at different scales, revealing intricate and self-similar structures found in nature and mathematics. It explores the concept of self-similarity, where a smaller part of an object resembles the larger whole. Fractal theory has applications in various fields, including computer graphics, data compression, image processing, and modeling natural phenomena. It provides a way to mathematically describe and generate complex shapes and patterns, offering insights into the underlying principles of complexity and the inherent beauty of natural forms.

Alisa Tsybina (DE)

Installation view of Alisa Tsybina Satin und Bedeutungsverschlei├č at the exhibition other AI at Lobe Block, Berlin 2023; Photo: Jacopo La Forgia
Installation view of Alisa Tsybina Heiligstes Herz und Kadmiumorange, Lindwurm und Ultramarinblau & Backpiece von 2003 at the exhibition other AI at Lobe Block, Berlin 2023; Photo: Jacopo La Forgia
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