The Fractal Plane (Download Only)
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This listing is for the download only of the The Fractal Plane. No disc will be mailed, however, if you do decide to purchase the Blu-ray disc, we will credit the download price.
This download contains two separate scene files in 720p .M4V format, suitable for Apple TV, Roku and all home media players.
BluScenes: The Fractal Plane includes two Ursitti compositions, The Fractal Plane and the Mathematical Daydreams, both with original scores composed and performed by Chris Martyn and Geoff Harvey. Even in our digital age, our computers are incapable of rendering these complex animations in real-time. This program was almost a year in the making, resulting in an experience that is simultaneously technological, nostalgic, beautiful and sublime. It's colorful and evolving art with the power to transform a room completely.
Christopher Ursitti is an artist living and working in New York. He is a graduate of the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C. Chris apprenticed for three years with the Color Field artist and founder of the Washington Color School, Leon Berkowitz. In addition to his work as painter, pastel artist, and photographer, Chris has expanded his area of interest to include the digital arts. He started to explore fractals in 2001 and began animating them shortly thereafter.