Fractal Flowers 2009
Mixed media installation
Exhibitoion Power Pixels 2009, Georges Verney-Carron Gallery, Lyon, France
1 silk and wool tapestry, 1 videoprojector, 1 computer
Size: 98.42 inches
Software: Cyrille Henry
Technical production: Voxels Productions
Fractal Flowers is a wool and silk tapestry. This material work become the surface of projection of a virtual universe Fractal Flowers, that evolved endlessly on this delicate surface of wool and silk. Gigantic fractal flowers of different sizes, colours and shapes, are growing, opening out and fading endlessly. It reveals stylized flowers, through an extreme geometry in its shapes. We are in front of an intriguing vegetal universe, full of crystal-flowers with a wire frame, reminding of the facets of a diamond, which have on the one hand a real monumentality with its geometrical shapes, and on the other hand an evanescent aspect, when after some seconds, the flowers evaporate in the air like a cloud becoming blurred progressively.