# Aleksander Drakulic

Aleksander Drakulic's art takes inspiration from modern science and classical geometry. He is a graphic artist focusing on kinetic and light art, video and sound. Slovenian artist Aleksander Drakulic spent ten years working with timekeeping technology. Exploring energy, oscillations, waveforms, frequencies, vibration and integrating it into his artwork.

The Limited in the Unlimited

based on ideas of Zeno’s paradoxes.

Dividing steps by half in the linear space it is impossible to reach infinite, but we can get infinite close. When turned to a circular shape and divided by half steps in terms of degrees.

Geometric progression I: 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, … reverts to 360°,
180°, 90°, 45°, …,

Geometric progression II: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, …., as see in nature, a
cell division, multiplication of a basic geometric form in my case

To accomplish my artwork I combine two geometric progressions at each step as: 360°- 1, 180°-2, 90°-4, 45°-8, 22,5°-16, … .

The Limited in the Unlimited

based on ideas of Zeno’s paradoxes.

Dividing steps by half in the linear space it is impossible to reach infinite, but we can get infinite close. When turned to a circular shape and divided by half steps in terms of degrees.

Geometric progression I: 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, … reverts to 360°,
180°, 90°, 45°, …,

Geometric progression II: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, …., as see in nature, a
cell division, multiplication of a basic geometric form in my case

To accomplish my artwork I combine two geometric progressions at each step as: 360°- 1, 180°-2, 90°-4, 45°-8, 22,5°-16, … .