I haven’t written in a little while but I now have some great news for followers in the area who haven’t had a chance to see my fractals in person yet. I am showing those that are left (31 pieces) at the Station Arts Centre in Tillsonburg for the month of March. The show opens March 6 (this Friday) at 7-9 pm. It runs until April 7. The show is called, this time, A Fractal Universe. Come land in it!
Congratulations to the European Space Agency, and to all of humanity, for boldly going where no one has gone before… for landing the human-built robot Philae on a comet!!
This is truly a historic moment and an example of how our imaginations can lead us to realities our ancestors may have considered impossibilities. It will lead to a greater understanding of our solar system and of the universe.
In honour of this event, I’m posting my piece called The Landing. I can’t think of a better day to do it! It’s purely imaginary, constructed of three different fractals, and belongs in the realm of fantasy or science fiction. But then, not so long ago, so did landing on a comet…