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What the Hidden Fractals in Jackson Pollock’s Art Tell Us

What the Hidden Fractals in Jackson Pollock’s Art Tell Us

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Our bodies exploit fractal networks to maximize surface areas ... Blood vessels branch out like root systems; the brain houses folds within folds... means we don’t simply enjoy looking at fractals—we are designed to process them effortlessly, and even have a need to be looking at them....That’s also why you might see a face in a cloud... or a profile in a rock face... could it be that our consciousness itself has a fractal character?

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