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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

The Artist in You

Are you the next Jackson Pollock? Find out by going here. Change colors by clicking your mouse and hit refresh for a clean slate.

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2 comments:

Rob said...

Actually, Jackson Pollock's work is difficult to replicate. When analyzed mathematically, his work has "fractional dimensions." In other words, his artwork is fractal, like a tree, the arteries, veins, and capillaries in animals, or many other living systems.

Imitators' works do not have the fractional dimension property, which makes it amazingly easy to distinguish imitative works from the real thing.

I doubt anyone would produce fractal works with the page you linked to. In fact, I suspect it's impossible, given the limitations of the system.

A lot of people don't like Pollack's work and try to denigrate it. I'd take their criticsms seriously if they could replicate the fractal nature of Pollack's work. They can't; I don't.

Pastor Scott Stiegemeyer said...

Hi Rob, thanks for the comment. I sincerely did not mean to denigrate Pollock's work. I just thought the website was cute.

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