Fraktal Geometri ile Sanatsal Pratikler
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Fractals have been the subject of mathematical research since the 17th Century. Over time, the human perception of nature and how they are handling it have begun to change and as a result fractals have been clarified as a theoretically accepted term in 1980s. Fractals, which are used to explain the complexity within the order of nature, have been accepted as an art form besides being a mathematical idea with the development of technology and have been the subject of different disciplines in the field of art. The purpose of this study is to examine the nature and nature’s geometric structure, to explore this complex, yet attractive visuality that arises from mathematical elements with an artistic point of view. It is aimed to reveal original ceramic forms with reference to these structures in nature. The report consists of three parts. In the first chapter the concept, structure, properties and the relationship with nature are discussed. In the second part the relationships between human and nature, nature and art, art and mathematics are examined and explained with examples. In the third chapter fractal structures are interpreted in ceramic art and personal applications are included.
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