Fractal universe.
When discussing generative art and digital art, we are talking about fractal art, FRACTALS!


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What are fractals? They are complex features that are not described by classical geometry. Complex mathematical formulas are used to describe them.
Why are they interesting? Because such an arrangement has almost everything to do with what is natural and social. In nature, you will hardly find any cubes, pyramids or cones, with rare exceptions. Everything created by nature/God is much more complicated. There are many fractals, they are very different, but all complex. They are trees, plants, the starry sky, clouds, landscapes, riverbeds, road networks, coastlines, urban structures, neural networks, structures, crystals, and musical and pictorial works.  It is difficult to say what it is not a fractal.


Fractals are fascinatingly beautiful. The flame of fire, waves, the flow of the river, waterfalls, sparks, the starry sky, flowers, plants, clouds- it is impossible to come off.  I just want to absorb this beauty as long as possible!  Fractals are the world around us. Fractals are the beauty of the world, complex beauty.
Art is an excellent example of how to study fractals. Works of art are all fractal, one way or another. There is an opinion that the more fractal a work is, the greater impression it can make on a person.  Classical music is more fractal than pop music. Gothic architecture is more fractal than social housing developments. The paintings of renaissance masters are more fractal than pictures from popular magazines. Any masterpiece of spiritual or fictional literature is more fractal than any chatting in social networks.
There is also a mental fractal- the most sinuous, the most complex in the world – human thinking.  Now we can schematically imagine how a personality is formed.
The thinking of a small child is very primitive- it is not yet fractal, it is like a blank sheet of paper. What if we begin to influence him/her with pop music, social housing, pictures from magazines and simple texts. Or what happens if we introduce the child to classical music, views of the famous cathedrals of Paris, London, Prague, the masterpieces of spiritual or fictional literature… Do you feel the difference? Imagine the results of this influence.
It is never too late to develop your own thinking, consciousness.
The choice is yours, how you will affect your thinking, your brain and your consciousness.
If you want your own complex beautiful thinking and consciousness to grow, you will need to consume fractals- then you can create fractals.