Digital art print, 24" x 18.5", 2008.
This image exhibits a very complex, yet ordered series of lonely fibers that are woven in each other. This generated lacy net is not flat and goes to infinity at the center and also many times in each of its main arms. Another wonderful mathematical and artistic representation is where hexaploid weaving is modified into a triple one without cutting or deleting any fibers. Self similarity is the main property of this work, as any small hole in the main arms is nearly similar to the whole image.
Mehrdad Garousi, Freelance fractal artist, painter and photographer, Hamadan, Iran
"Having experimented with other media, I chose mathematical fractal image making as one of the newest and most wonderful common areas between mathematics and art. Most of my fractal works of art are simultaneous combinations of traditional Euclidean and modern fractal mathematics and geometry that provide many impossible forms, things, terms and qualifications which are not possible in lonely Euclidian or fractal mathematics or any other same areas without the aid of professional computers."