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Fractal analysis of Pollock's drip paintings
Scientific objectivity proves to be an essential tool for determining the fundamental content of the abstract paintings produced by Jackson Pollock in the late 1940s. Pollock dripped paint from a canExpand
Authenticating Pollock paintings using fractal geometry
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A fractal analysis of Pollock's patterns is presented and its potential for authenticity research is discussed, triggering discussions that attributation procedures featuring subjective visual assessments should be complimented by quantitative scientific procedures. Expand
The Construction of Jackson Pollock's Fractal Drip Paintings
Between 1943 and 1952, Jackson Pollock created patterns by dripping paint onto horizontal canvases. In 1999 the authors identified the patterns as fractal. Ending 50 years of debate over the contentExpand
Fractal Analysis: Revisiting Pollock's drip paintings (Reply)
Replying to: K. Jones-Smith & H. Mathur replyOur use of the term 'fractal' is consistent with that by the research community. In dismissing Pollock's fractals because of their limited magnificationExpand
Designing for the Impossible: Creating a Mobile Application to Track Time Dilation
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The project was to develop a simple application aimed at smart watches that could communicate the imperceptible effects of time dilation on a user's everyday activities in an easy to understand, meaningful way. Expand
Tracking the imperceptible: Designs to visualise time dilation
In our project we developed TimeTravel, a design for visualising personal time dilation. Time dilation is the effect on time that movement in space produces. Predicted by Einstein’s Special theory ofExpand
Fractal Expressionism Can Science Be Used To Further Our Understanding Of Art ? Content :
This question triggers reservations from both scientists and artists. However, for the abstract paintings produced by Jackson Pollock in the late 1940s, scientific objectivity proves to be anExpand