Abstract Orderism Fractal XXVI

G. Stolyarov II
 
Issue CCLXXXVI - April 28, 2011
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"Abstract Orderism Fractal XXVI" by G. Stolyarov II


Note: Left-click on this image to get a full view of this digital work of fractal art. 

This fractal contains a catterpillar-like pattern of successive spheres. Within each sphere is a succession of ever diminishing loops. Both the series of spheres and the patterns within them become fainter as they decrease in size.

This digital artwork was created by Mr. Stolyarov in Apophysis, a free program that facilitates deliberate manipulation of randomly generated fractals into intelligible shapes.

This fractal is an extension of Mr. Stolyarov's artistic style of Abstract Orderism, whose goal is the creation of abstract objects that are appealing by virtue of their geometric intricacy -- a demonstration of the order that man can both discover in the universe and bring into existence through his own actions and applications of the laws of nature. 

Fractal art is based on the idea of the spontaneous order - which is pivotal in economics, culture, and human civilization itself. Now, using computer technology, spontaneous orders can be harnessed in individual art works as well.

See the index of Mr. Stolyarov's art works.

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Learn about Mr. Stolyarov's novel, Eden against the Colossus, here.

Read Mr. Stolyarov's comprehensive treatise, A Rational Cosmology, explicating such terms as the universe, matter, space, time, sound, light, life, consciousness, and volition, here.

Read Mr. Stolyarov's four-act play, Implied Consent, a futuristic intellectual drama on the sanctity of human life, here.