Fractals Unvisible Landscapes Andreas Guskos Academy of Art In Szczecin, Poland Objective mathematical notions must be thought as timeless entities and are not to be regarded as being conjured into existence at the moment that they are first humanly perceived. Roger Penrose, The Road to Reality. A complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe. In my art and design activity I am referring to natural philosophy, searching for ways to visualize and sonify phenomena that are unavailable directly to our perception. I believe that nature is connected with information on each of its layers, starting from mathematics that is existing beyond time and physical space, going through physics, genes, memes to art and technology. Large part of the world is existing beyond matter. One of such domains is mathematics. Mathematical objects such as fractals exist mostly beyond physical space, but can be materialized by art and technical means, such as digital visualization and sonification, digital print, 3d print. I use such methods to create art and design works in the project Fractals, Unvisible Spaces.

BY  Adreas Guskos (PL)

PhD D.Sc. Andreas Guskos, Associate Professor Phd and D.Sc. in Art. MA Eng. In Architecture Working in the fields of Art, Design and Architecture. Exhibited and presented his works in Poland, Germany, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, UAE, USA, Taiwan, Hongkong, Mainland China, Israel and Japan. Dean of Visual Arts, Academy of Art in Szczecin, Poland. President of the Association for the Support of Art, Science and Technology Development MEDEA. Originator and developer of the International Interdisciplinary Symposia on Art, Science and Technology MEDEA.