Fractal Studies consist of four readymade forms: two fractal diagrams from high school math textbooks, one grid from a grid archive, and one optical pattern with a purchased image license.
This series designed for presenting the ‘infinity’ on canvas without any symbolic rhetorics. Fractal is a form infinitely growing bigger or separating inwards repeating its formal unit, whose subject title in high school math is ‘infinite sequences in equal ratio.’
The grid expands the space of canvas by its repetitive structure, and optical art pattern distorts the flatness of the grid. One fractal multiplying its cores, and the other concentrates the sense of space into the center. Still, all of these forms can be regarded as the infinite sequences in equal ratio, which makes a coherence of this combination.