| Imperfect Fractal
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Commissioned by @ilcrepaccio for IL CREPACCIO INSTAGRAM SHOW curated by Caroline Corbetta


View the full project at @ilcrepaccio


The work’s title, “Imperfect Fractal”, is derived from the idea that, going deeper into the city, roads might become narrower and narrower as they branch off from the main road. This would be an imperfect fractal. It is imperfect because the narrow roads eventually will have a dead end. Fractals are supposed to be endless.
This work is part of research which investigates the perception of urban spaces and the formation of individual and collective behavior in relation to it. The photos of this project were taken in different cities of the world such as St. Petersburg, Shanghai and Tokyo. The drawings are inspired by mathematical models found in various math and popular science books.