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Fractal Expressionism Can Science Be Used To Further Our Understanding Of Art ? Content :

@inproceedings{Taylor2015FractalEC,
  title={Fractal Expressionism Can Science Be Used To Further Our Understanding Of Art ? Content :},
  author={Richard J. K. Taylor and P. Adam and Micolich and D. Jonas},
  year={2015}
}
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 an essential tool for determining their fundamental content. Pollock dripped paint from a can on to vast canvases rolled out across the floor of his barn. Although recognised as a crucial advancement in the evolution of modern art, the precise quality and significance of the patterns created by this… Expand
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