04 March 2006–19 March 2006 | Dirimart

Sevgi Karay

Fractals are not products of geometry of human made stagnant buildings, roads, machines, but of the geometry of the living and of the flowing nature, as well as of the mind that tries to grasp this edifice, this totality. The self-similar structure of a fractal, its characteristic of enclosing the whole within each of its smaller components, is the hyper-rational language of the intuition that we apply to this chaotic structure we are trying to understand and are a part of, and which is not outside but inside of us.