Fractal Portrait I
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Fractal Portrait I


Oil on canvas, Oct 2012

4 canvas of 60 cm x 90 cm each

The 4 pieces are like a moving jigsaw puzzle. I call it “fractal portrait” because the pieces resemble each other as well the 4 pieces put together (auto-similarity), like a Julia set (a mathematical object).
The shape-shifting / metamorphosis slowly reveals a whole spectrum of feelings and expressions that make the character sometimes look like an angel and sometimes a beast (an analogy to modern man).