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July 29th 2009

The art of Kris Kuksi

Kris Kuksi's surrealist sculptures, beyond their stunning beauty, are very interesting examples of non computer-generated art with fractal characteristics (namely displaying structures on a wide scale range). [Edit: the scale range is actually not so wide, see this post for more explanations.]
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Kris Kuksi, A Tribute to the Madness of Beethoven, 2009, 36" h x 35.5" w x 11" d


While minimalism has dominated the art of the XXth century, I'm convinced fractal aesthetic has a place in the art of the XXIth century. Kuksi's deviantart gallery displays more photographs of his work, including close-ups. Enjoy!

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