"In physics, mathematics and in nature there are shapes and structures which, although they appear to be irregular and random, nevertheless have a special pattern of regularity in their 'randomness'. This regularity, called self-similarity, derives from the fact that, even when magnified, these systems still look much the same.?* By observing people I realise that meaning in faces, and the mental/physical/emotional language of bodies, speak of individuality but also become anonymous as people blend into masses. When part of a crowd they become examples of self-similarity.
In my last exhibition I depicted aspects of the human condition with a strong focus on the repetitive nature of lines and the multiplication of faces. To merge chaos and order will remain an interest, but I will also explore the connection between the figure as an individual and the crowd as blend of characters - as Fractals.